Internet service provider Comcast isn't disconnecting subscribers for using the Tor browser and said rumors are "wildly inaccurate," as federal government continues to monitor the once anonymous search browser. The rumors started a few days ago, when Comcast "agents" reportedly told Tor users they must stop or face having their service terminated.
Regardless of what the U.S. government is doing to track Tor, trying to limit what its subscribers do with Web access would draw an immediately uproar. Instead, Comcast is defending itself and saying that users are welcome to use Tor if wanted:
Customers are free to use their Xfinity Internet service to visit any website or use it however they wish otherwise," according to a statement from Comcast. "Like virtually all ISPs, Comcast has an acceptable use policy or AUP that outlines appropriate and inappropriate uses of the service. Comcast doesn't monitor users' browser software or web surfing and has no program addressing the Tor browser."
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