The Register: Comcast promises not to sell your data.
In other news, your check is in the mail.
Comcast says its customers shouldn't worry about having their browsing histories or personal information sold off by Comcast, because the cable giant doesn't have any immediate plans to do so. And if they do decide to change that policy, customers should rely on the state governments to stand up to a company that writes its own laws in many places.
In short, Comcast may be able to sell out its customers now, but customers should trust them not to.
And who can you trust, if not the company that once changed a customer's name to "Asshole Brown" out of spite?