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The company asserted that privacy of its customers is of “paramount importance”.
“We emphatically confirm that we do not collect any personal information relating to genetic data, religious or political beliefs, health or sexual orientation etc,” Airtel said in a statement.
“We thank those who brought this error to our attention,” Airtel said in the statement, as it removed the contentious wording from the policy.
“The policy which we have always used to collect data has been duly updated for the benefit of our customers…,” it added. The Tribune India
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