Aug 162010
 August 16, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Broadband ISP TalkTalk UK has kindly responded to a number of the concerns we raised about its forthcoming security service. The controversial system shot into the headlines last month after several of the internet providers customers noticed that their website browsing activity was being monitored (“stalked”) without consent.

The ISP then promptly moved to allay any fears of privacy invasion by stating that the activity, which allegedly makes an anonymous record of the URL (website) addresses visited by all of its customers, was part of a new free security service targeted to launch before the end of 2010; following a proper public trial.

Read more about what they’re doing and ISPreview’s concerns about it on ISPreview.

Thanks to the reader who sent in this link.

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