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Privacy & Data Security Policy


Verizon Media CISO Chris Nims shares some tips to keep your account secure.


Consumers want Congress to take action that protects their privacy. How do we know? We asked them. Read about our public opinion poll.


We are posting a blog on the need for national privacy legislation. This comes ahead of FTC hearings on privacy.


The Verizon Transparency Report describes the different types of demands we receive and the types of data that we disclose in response to those demands.


The TRACED Act is a commonsense policy to deter illegal and abusive robocalls.

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The time is now to develop comprehensive federal privacy legislation.

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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.