More link spam.
This refers solely to tracking on their own website, so exactly what leaving VM as an ISP would accomplish in this regard is beyond me.
May I remind you what you originally said:
After 8 years I'm leaving virgin to get off the Behaviour Science/Phorm/Webwise databases.
If you and the rest of the online privacy crew know VM are illegally tracking customers outside of their own website and using Phorm/Webwise go report them to the police and/or sue them.
Your first post, as I said, is nonsense. I have no idea why you think leaving VM will make you immune to any of this, you're getting behavioural advertising cookies by being on this website and you do indeed have a choice, you can refuse the cookies.
Either you have no idea what you're talking about, you go on those sites and take their opinions as the gospel truth, or some combination of them.
Still all that said go use your VPN and change ISP, won't make a bit of difference with cookies as they are client based and layer 7, you'll just get the cookies via an encrypted channel and a different ISP.
So, again, what's your point here beyond to spam a couple of specific sites, which seems to happen periodically in different sections?
EDIT: Oh my God, Think Broadband are using Google Adwords, Rocket Fuel, and other tracking cookies. You'd best run away, never use the site again, get a VPN and change ISP.
Or just reject 3rd party cookies.
Edited by Ignitionnet (Thu 07-Jun-12 14:18:23)