So how do you explain the popularity of anti-spyware software such as adaware, spybot search and destroy etc.We believe that most people like personalisation online. We just don’t believe they should have to give up their personal data to get it. And that philosophy has informed the development of our entire system.
Your "philosophy" is to make lots of money by spying on customers' browsing habits. I guess you're posting here because your company is worried about not getting their hands on all that cash having seen the backlash against your scam. :hrmph:...And that philosophy has informed the development of our entire system. ...
In order to personalise anything, you have to have some information about the person, therefore by definition you are taking personal information from the victim/user.We believe that most people like personalisation online. We just don’t believe they should have to give up their personal data to get it.
Well the AOL debacle showed that supposedly anonymised data can be de-anonymised without too much difficulty. And the law suits that followed showed that people weren't happy about the release of the data.There are three main hallmarks to the system: we don’t know who you are
That's what my girlfriend's family said when they first met mewe don’t know where you’ve been
participation is always a choice.
We believe that most people like personalisation online.
He knows it is a non starter I will not be allowing this if/when Virgin start this I will borrow money to get a Bt line in and bye Virgin after approx 20years phone then BB in 2000.Hmm, also if you are truely deluded enough to actually believe people really want this, why aren't you marketing it as stand alone software and cutting the ISP out so you don't have to give them a cut of your revenue stream?
Really? Then how come a member of the the Plusnet team responsible for communicating with users has told Plusnet users who connect direct to the BT network using Central Plus
<quote>It is our understanding that RIN customers will be affected by this.
We're currently collectng further details and we're currently drafting an email to advise those customers of what this can mean for them and giving information on how to rejoin the PlusNet network.</quote>
Although I suppose Phorm could be of benefit to anti-piracy companies to obtain data on customers interested in copyright infringing torrents etc.Secondly,
Clearly BT are no longer simple communications carriers with this process. How does BT consider that affects BT's liability for transport of illegal wares?
Nice Transcript. Where is it?
Which never got answered, if perhaps you really are from the Tech Team, do me a favour and find out for me.....Can you say for definite that Sky Broadband are not on the trial?