ISP data collection from home routers

PJ Capelli pjcapelli at
Fri Mar 25 15:12:23 UTC 2022

Not sure why they are different; most ISPs are not a pure play and can use that data for other aspects of their business that you may not have agreed to (e.g. Verizon FiOS feeding to Verizon Wireless).  Comcast/NBC, etc.

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On Thursday, March 24th, 2022 at 10:24 AM, Kord Martin <kord at> wrote:

> On 2022-03-24 10:04 a.m., Giovane C. M. Moura via NANOG wrote:

> > They can easily profile you and know when you're at home, and when
> > 

> > you're gone. Some people may find this interesting...
> > 

> > To have a really meaningful discuss on the privacy implications, we
> > 

> > would need to see the data model, and the frequency that they pool the
> > 

> > data.

> Is your concern that ISPs have access to this information, or that it's

> something they could possibly be selling to a third party? Those are two

> completely different discussions.

> K
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