Comcast fights Google’s encrypted-DNS plan but promises not to spy on users

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Comcast makes privacy pledge as it fights Google plan to encrypt DNS in Chrome.

Comcast has gone on the record to say that it does not track its broadband users' Web browsing histories, even though the company is lobbying against a Google plan that could make it harder for ISPs to track their users.

Comcast yesterday released a statement titled, "The Facts about Privacy with Comcast's Xfinity Internet Service." Comcast said:

"Where you go on the Internet is your business, not ours. As your Internet Service Provider, we do not track the websites you visit or apps you use through your broadband connection. Because we don't track that information, we don't use it to build a profile about you and we have never sold that information to anyone."

Comcast's statement came one day after Motherboard ran an article titled, "Comcast Is Lobbying Against Encryption That Could Prevent it From Learning Your Browsing History."

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