Administrator Telenet action site denies to sell user data




The administrator of the site denies he sells user data to third parties. In terms of use of the action site, where angry Telenet customers can register, it was included a text that indicated there.

In too general terms, the phrase ‘the user can, free of charge and on request, oppose the use of his data for direct marketing’ find . This gives the site to anyone who registers on the action site itself must take action to prevent its user data to be used for marketing purposes.

Across The News emphasizes founder and site administrator Kurt Buysse he not personally sell it to third parties. Buysse says he has the general conditions to quickly put together and that he will adjust the fine print. The site administrator works in everyday life for a company that helps other companies to approach new customers include email. Buysse, however, that is a private initiative and is independent of his work in the marketing sector.

Meanwhile, more than 70,000 angry Telenet customers registered on the campaign website. They speak out against the announced price of the cable company. Consumer organization Test-Achats supports the protest because it believes that the prices for Internet subscriptions in Belgium are too high.


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