Privacy Policy

Privacy Officer Message

Verizon is committed to protecting the privacy of our customers’ information.

Verizon’s services transform how people, businesses and things connect with each other.  We understand that to fully experience our products and services, customers have to trust that the privacy choices they make are respected.

We strive to provide clear and transparent notice about the information we collect and how we use it and to provide our customers with choices about certain uses of their information. Protecting the privacy of customer information is part of each Verizon employee's responsibility, and we have safeguards in place to guard against misuse or disclosure of your information.

Verizon’s Privacy Policy covers website visitors and customers in the United States and provides details about our privacy practices across Verizon's products and services. You can find quick answers to immediate questions on the Privacy Policy summary page which links to the full details of our policies.

In addition, Verizon has acquired Yahoo and combined it with AOL to form a new company named Oath. Oath consists of over 50 digital and mobile brands globally, including HuffPost, Yahoo News, Yahoo Sports, Tumblr, and AOL. Oath and Yahoo each have their own privacy policies which you can reach from this site to get additional information about the collection and use of information from devices you use to access Oath websites, services and software. Supplemental privacy practices applicable to certain Verizon apps, Hum, go90 and other services and apps are also available from our privacy policy pages. 

The Privacy Policy is updated when we believe additional information will help clarify our collection and use practices, for example when we introduce new products, services or practices. We welcome your input or questions. Our privacy office contact information is available on the summary and full privacy policy pages.  

Karen Zacharia
Chief Privacy Officer
 

Updated June 2017 

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