I have complained to AT&T about receiving unsolicited emails, since I currently have no business relationships with AT&T. I was assured I would be taken off their mailing list, but I today received the attached. In addition to generally violating their privacy policy, they also don't provide any "opt out" to stop receiving such messages (even though the AT&T policy is that all emails sent have such an opt-out option. I have contacted the FTC and hope they can do something.


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This question, "AT&T Continues to Violate their own privacy policy," is about DirecTV channels, programming, equipment, and sports.