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Report: Amazon blocks Phorm from its U.K. site

Company blocks online behavioral-advertising platform as European Commission takes action against the U.K. over compliance with data protection regulations, BBC reports.

By April 15, 2009

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BT to begin third Phorm trial

After a delay of more than half a year, BT on Tuesday will begin another trial of the ad-serving tech that has been opposed by peers, privacy groups, and think tanks.

By September 29, 2008

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Virgin Media and CView to rifle through your packets

Virgin Media is trialling a deep packet inspection system called CView, which will check your traffic for copyright infringement

By November 27, 2009

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U.K. gets its own Pirate Party

Party, which is dedicated to tech and copyright-law reform, registers with the U.K. Electoral Commission, but its numbers are small--around 250 active members so far.

By August 14, 2009

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CNET UK Podcast 143: Do we really need Google Chrome OS?

This week, Ian, Nate and Rich discussed Google's new OS for netbooks, got upset about the lack of Palm Pre and berated O2 for its utterly shoddy 3G coverage

By July 10, 2009

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BT customers get free broadband speed boost

If you're frustrated by your 8Mbps maximum broadband speed, BT has a little treat in store for you: greatly increased broadband speed, as long as you're connected to a capable exchange

By June 4, 2009

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CNET UK Podcast 131: Is the future of entertainment in the hands of a soft drink?

This week on the show, Ian, Nate and Flora discuss news from the last seven days, including more Phorm developments and a passionate debate about the future of entertainment

By April 17, 2009

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EC acts against Britain over data protection

In the wake of BT's secret trials of Phorm's ad-serving technology, the European Commission formally calls on the UK to toughen up and enforce data-protection laws.

By April 15, 2009

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Week in review: Avast, ye pirates

Guilty verdict issued in Pirate Bay file-swapping case. Also, human error blamed for Amazon's delisting of gay and lesbian books, and Google finally feels recession's pain.

By April 17, 2009

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Buzz Out Loud 953: Pedestrian road rage

Don't walk slowly and then stop abruptly if you are on the sidewalks of New York City. Natali might show you a new type of road rage.

By April 15, 2009