Originally Posted by JackSon
Taken from Florence's post:
It is getting rather tiresome that Phorm are not listening to the fact that it is not only the saving (or not saving) of data that concerns a lot of us (including Sir Tim) but the actual process of being profiled itself that we are opposed to. The not saving data is frankly irrelevant, it's been read (opted in OR out), that's the first violation which should be stopped.
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I am taking Berners-Lee's line of "It's mine; you can't have it" to mean he doesn't want the thrid party to even collect and analyse the data - any coversation of whether it is then saved or not means it is already too late as far as his privacy wishes go.
Have to agree with you and one reason why on the 28th a BT line wil be fitted and my cable number ported over to BT. Had a cable phone since nynex completed laying the cables in Manchester, we signed up while the street was still being dug up and one of the first to go online,
This has broken all trust I had in VM I am off.