• "the revisions to our Privacy Policy..."
  • "...may have changed your preferences"

Privacy policy update from Alaska Airlines

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"Among other changes, the revisions to our Privacy Policy may have changed your preferences for receiving postal mailings from Alaska Airlines and its partners."

So let me get this straight. Their changes to their Privacy Policy may have changed my stated, resolute preferences for not getting dead tree spam and not having my address resold? Without me ever knowing about it? I think there's some quantum phenomenon going on here. Can this prove string theory?

(Alaska has provided great customer support by phone everytime I've used it, so they're not fully customer-unfriendly, but wow.)

  1. Klis 98 months ago | reply

    this is just abuse of the corporate -- customer relationship. I hope there is some phenomenal backlash.

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