The four major cell phone networks in the USA are looking to sell your user specs to advertisers, Tech Crunch reports. That is, the ones who don't already. AT&T now wants to take your browsing history, location data, and online habits and get on the bandwagon pioneered by Facebook and Google. Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile are apparently already in on the current fashion for making even more money off the people that already pay for their services.
Do you want to pay to have your own information sold back to you? /