More NewsBritish Privacy Advocates Get Creative

British Privacy Advocates Get Creative

Since Phorm announced it had signed contracts with U.K

clickz_ukandeu.gifbuggeringaround.jpgSince Phorm announced it had signed contracts with U.K. ISP’s back in March, a number of websites have sprung up designed to chart and combat the behavioural targeting firm’s “illegal” activities. Examples include badphorm.co.uk, inphormationdesk.org and dephormation.org.uk.

It was the handy work of nodpi.org (stands for No Deep Packet Inspection) that caught my eye today however, with the introduction of a gallery section to the site. Quite what the artwork there is intended to achieve is beyond me, but I can’t help but think some people have a little too much time on their hands.

“Who’s buggering around with my net connection?” how very British…

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