2 Responses to “Phorm Says ISP Trialists Not Looking To Defect”

  1. It's not only members of the general public that don't want it, but it's people who run websites that also don't want it.

    If I pay to put a website online, and pay to attract users to it, why on earth would I want some third party company to listen in on my conversations with my users so they can resell that data and profit off me? Where's the benefit for me?

  2. The key fact about Phorm is that every member of the general public who knows about Phorm despises it. Wikipedia opted out because doing so was in the interest of our readers (who all us volunteers do all this for), but also because publicity is what will finally kill off this odious parasite.