Privacy & Data Security Policy

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Verizon has long-supported comprehensive federal privacy legislation and we are ready to work with all stakeholders on this crucial issue.

Transparency Report for 1H 2018

Our tenth transparency report describes the numbers and different types of demands we receive from law enforcement agencies.

Karen Zacharia, Verizon’s chief privacy officer, sits for a podcast

Karen Zacharia is Verizon’s chief privacy officer. She recently sat down with Marie McGehee to talk about how Verizon looks at privacy and what consumers should know.

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In revisiting the “third party doctrine,” the Court is seeking to balance user privacy and the needs of law enforcement in the Internet age.

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Our latest report arrives as Congress debates two privacy bills and the Supreme Court decides an important 4th amendment case.


Verizon confirms there has been no loss or theft of Verizon or Verizon customer information. Verizon is committed to the security and privacy of our customers.


With new security alert detection and intelligence tools, businesses can locate threats before they become attacks.


Verizon values the trust customers have in us so protecting the privacy of customer information is a core priority.


Verizon and other ISPs released a comprehensive set of principles reiterating our commitment to protecting the privacy of customers’ online.


Amid continuing public debate over privacy and law enforcement data access, the number of demands we received for customer information remains stable.