Fears over advert system privacy

Wednesday, 16 April 2008, 1:51 AM EST

Online advert system Phorm could make the net less secure and breaches human rights, the service's creators have been told.

Phorm's bosses met with members of the public in London to discuss concerns around its controversial deployment. Kent Ertugrul, Phorm's chief executive, defended the service, saying it would be a crucial revenue source for ISPs and website owners.

At the BBC.

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