Mar 152010
 
 March 15, 2010  Non-U.S., Online

Peter Kirwan writes about the the impact of privacy activists on online advertising in the UK:

The passion of privacy activists and the frustration of Phorm tells us that we’re on a frontier, where new rights and limits are being defined and re-defined. It was much the same with property rights in the late Middle Ages. Or employment rights in the late 19th century.

Somewhere between the offices of the European Commission in Brussels and the screens of activist bloggers like Alex Hanff, the future is taking shape.

Read more on Wired.co.uk.

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