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 June 1, 2012  Posted by  Featured News, Misc, Online

Jeff Quackenbush reports:

Internet service provider Sonic.net today was recognized by national online-rights watchdog Electronic Frontier Foundation for getting the highest score among 18 national companies for actively protecting the privacy of customers’ data.

Sonic.net received four out of four “stars,” for notifying customers when government demands for data are received, telling customers about such requests, fighting requests in court and campaigning for privacy in Congress, according to the foundation’s 2012 privacy report.

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