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by mediahound » Fri Mar 31, 2017 8:25 am
Of note, Dane says if you are on Sonic FTTN service, AT&T by commercial agreement with Sonic, does not collect your data:

https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/ ... s/dfhkghj/

In other words, you may not need to use the VPN when at home and using your Sonic FTTN.
by forest » Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:46 am
mediahound wrote:
In other words, you may not need to use the VPN when at home and using your Sonic FTTN.


I suppose that might be true if you trust everyone at AT&T to be aware of and strictly adhere to that agreement, and you believe that AT&T is the only entity with access to AT&T's network.

Dane wrote "it should not be", not "it cannot be".

Thanks, Sonic, for arranging that agreement and providing the VPN.
by mediahound » Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:17 am
forest wrote:
mediahound wrote:
In other words, you may not need to use the VPN when at home and using your Sonic FTTN.


I suppose that might be true if you trust everyone at AT&T to be aware of and strictly adhere to that agreement, and you believe that AT&T is the only entity with access to AT&T's network.

Dane wrote "it should not be", not "it cannot be".


Yeah, it pays to be overly careful. Att could still be collecting data without our or Sonic's knowledge.
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