---- EC to start legal action against UK over Phorm
Yoshimi - 12:33 pm on Apr 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
yoshimi. Phorm places a black box in the center of an ISP. It records all data going in and data going out (ssl currently excluded).
If you are phormed everything you read and write on this site will be copied by phorm. Even if you read and write in the webmaster world supporters private forum, or any secret moderators forum all that information will be copied and processed by phorm.
but they don't keep any information about who I am, so what exactly is the problem with them seeing information that my ISP sees anyway?