To enhance your data experience, your carrier has provided the Secure Wi-Fi service. Secure Wi-Fi helps to protect your data usage privacy when using Wi-Fi hotspots. The Secure Wi-Fi service establishes a secure proxy within your device to encrypt all unsecured web and application data traffic as it travels over Wi-Fi hotspots you use. The Secure Wi-Fi service does not, however, guarantee complete security for your data since vulnerabilities may still exist and could be exploited.
As a reminder, your use of Secure Wi-Fi is governed by your carrier's General Terms and Conditions, which are part of your Service Agreement. Your Service Agreement contains a mandatory arbitration provision and class action waiver, providing that (except for matters properly brought to small claims court) any claim, controversy, or dispute of any kind between you and your carrier must be resolved by final and binding arbitration on an individual and not a class-wide or consolidated basis.
Your carrier provides Secure Wi-Fi on an "as-is" basis with no warranties and makes no representations of any kind, express or implied, with respect to the Secure Wi-Fi. Your carrier grants you a limited, revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use Secure Wi-Fi for your own individual use. You may not sell, resell, transfer, copy, translate, publish, create derivative works of, make any commercial use of, modify, reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the software. This license may be revoked at any time.
Use of Secure Wi-Fi may result in additional data charges. Secure Wi-Fi will transmit information via a Wi-Fi connection, unless it is unable to do so within 7 days. After 7 days, Secure Wi-Fi may transmit information via your device' wireless data connection, which may generate additional data usage charges, as detailed in your Service Agreement.
Two categories of information are collected: