Month: May 2014

Sonic earns top privacy score

Sonic is the only Internet Access Provider to earn a perfect privacy score.

Last week the Electronic Frontier Foundation published its annual privacy report. Among the Internet Access Providers on the list, alone earned a perfect six out of six stars. No other Internet Access Provider earned more than three stars. See the report for all the details.

Your private information passes through your Internet Access Provider. So, although a number of web services companies also earned a perfect score – Apple, Twitter and Dropbox among them – your Internet Access Provider’s privacy practices are critical.

When you use Sonic as your Internet Access Provider, we work hard to guard your privacy. Sonic instituted strong privacy practices when the company was founded nearly 20 years ago. We’ve had your back all these years.

Tell your friends, tell your neighbors, tell your colleagues: switch to Sonic.

Read about the annual EFF privacy report in TIME Magazine and on TechCrunch:

“Why Major Tech Companies Are Getting Much Better About Privacy”
“9 Tech Firms Receive Perfect Scores in EFF Ranking Concerning Data Protection From The Government”

An abbreviated version of the Electronic Frontier Foundation Scorecard is below. Check out Sonic’s six-star score:


To read our privacy policy, visit our wiki.

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