- 14 Ağustos 2010
Outside of the 'yes please data rape me' subscription I was looking for evidence that Phorm were setting cookies. Perhaps they have been warned off that tactic.
Well, yeah. Now I have 3 cookies in my browser:
You say this cookie is on your work computer. Depending on what work is and which network you were on, perhaps you work from home, then the implication is that TTNET is performing Deep Packet Inspection upon, perhaps, all the communications from the company you work for.
You might wish to mention this to your IT department, perhaps that is you, and 'duh' The Management. If you believe what Phorm claims then you will have enabled the system at the network level, as if they were not fiddling about anyway.
I might be being alarmist but this now means that the company you work for is exposed to the gathering of Business Intelligence by TTNET/Phorm.
Major Major Major Issue.
We are about 40 people using this connection at work. We have two connections. One is TTNET VDSL, the other is Superonline F/O. You are damn right about the "whole network inspection". When I visit gezinti.com, I now see two options. These are:
- Gezinti for this Browser
- Gezinti for the Internet Line
I know that it will sound funny, but we don't have an IT department Welcome to Tukey
Fundamental question is.... Do TTNET/Phorm avoid Business and Educational, or indeed any other 'delicate' for example Hospital, connections. Apparently not.