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Originally just a provider of fixed line telephony to consumers, TalkTalk now offers fixed and mobile telephony and broadband to consumers under the TalkTalk brand and telephony and broadband services to business customers under the TalkTalk Business brand. Like some other UK broadband providers, TalkTalk has invested in its own exchange infrastructure, known as local loop unbundling (LLU), with 92% of its customer base unbundled as of December 2012. Since August 2012, TalkTalk has become the UK’s second quadruple play service after Virgin Media, offering TV, broadband, phone and mobile services.
Acquisition of Carphone Warehouse from Opal Telecom in November 2002 gave it its own switching network providing access to BT’s wholesale fixed line network. It conducted an initial trial in the Manchester region and three months later, TalkTalk launched with a guarantee that calls would be cheaper than its perceived main competitor BT. TalkTalk broadband was launched in November 2004. The TalkTalk broadband service was launched in November 2004.
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Alternatively, users can install free plug-ins in other email programs to remove many tracking pixels. Other options are to simply set the software to block all images by default or to view e-mails as plain text.
The use of tracking pixels is governed in the U.K. and other parts of Europe by the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations Act 2003 and the General Data Protection Regulations 2016, which require organizations to inform pixel recipients and, in most cases, obtain consensus.
“The law is clear enough, what is needed, what we need is enforcement of the regulations. Just because this practice is widespread does not mean it is right and acceptable.”
The watchdog told the BBC that it used it to track the opening of emails, but not to see the location of users. It added: “We are working with our vendor to remove the pixel functionality and this will be completed soon.”
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