During our "5 Things To Know Before You Go" segment this morning we told you about AT&T selling your personal info.
AT&T has more than 105 million subscribers, and the change will allow the company to sell your information based on where you connect to WiFi, what you view on the web and the apps that you use.
AT&T said the data collected would be anonymous, but there are steps you can take to opt out of the program.
CLICK HERE TO OPT OUT OF THE PROGRAM
If you're a customer, log in to their website, go to "privacy settings," and click the check box for each wireless phone number you'd like to opt-out of the new program.
But be aware: While this will stop data from being sold to advertisers, data will still be collected each time you use your phone.