And what rough beast?
>Phorm's problems in the UK had prompted its push into Korea. It is currently running a trial with Korea Telecom<
Like it ran trials in the UK with BT? Business very much as usual. Whilst BT still maintain ignorance (at least first line support who won't get someone to phone you back about thier position even after promising faithfully), still seem committed to rolling it out, and now Virgin have promised (Universal Music is it?), that they will kick off filesharers, it seems like Phorm would be a cheap way of DPI-ing their customers online habits.
>The government told privacy campaigners it would not make public the content of the response<
Secrets and more secrets - this government doesn't want us knowing anything it does whilst watching everything we do. How is keeping this information from the public protecting us from terrorists?
Whatever happened to Great Britain?
If Hitler came to power today, I'm not so sure this country wouldn't be on his side, we trade spying tips with the Chinese, we're complicit with questioning tortured prisoners. The ruling elite suck on the teat of public finances whilst rewarding bankers who nearly crippled the global economy...
Yeats said it best in 'The second coming'...
...Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
...The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.
...And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?
Proud Privay Pirate!