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Sunday, July 6, 2008

Verizon wireless Privacy Policy

Wireless communications and Internet technology are changing the way all companies do business - and changing the way they collect and use information about their customers. Used responsibly, that information can help companies serve customers better. At Verizon Wireless, however, realize that advances in wireless communications technology, especially the advent of wireless location technology, bring growing concerns by customers and policymakers about how customer information is used and shared.

Verizon Wireless takes your privacy concerns very seriously. They have always been guided by strong codes governing the privacy of your communications and information. There Privacy Principles reflect our commitment and define our policy on safeguarding your privacy. They believe that these Principles strike a reasonable balance of customer concerns about privacy with your interest in receiving quality service and useful new products. This is especially important at a time when emerging wireless communications services present us with new business opportunities and new challenges to protect customer privacy. There Principles give you choice and flexibility regarding how we use that information. And these Principles guide our employees in handling customer information so that your private information remains private. They put customers first. Verizon has a code of conduct to ensure that all there customers are treated with high level of appreciation and to create a culture of integrity between the company and the customer.


Verizon Wireless uses Secure Socket Layer technology with encryption for the transmission of sensitive data such as credit card information and Social Security Number.

Verizon Wireless is committed to safeguarding customer privacy on all our websites. We require our employees to protect the privacy of information about our customers and expect our partners and suppliers to do so as well. You can feel confident that your individual information will be protected when you access your account or order products or services from our websites. We employ security measures to safeguard your transactions with us.

Compliance with laws

Though we make every effort to preserve user privacy, we may need to disclose personal information when required by law wherein we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order or legal process served on our websites.

1 comment:

Tom Abraham said...

Pl don't cut and paste from the company website. Pl provide links to magazine articles on the company. There and Their are 2 different words - pl use the correct one.