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Old 8th April, 2008, 06:25 PM
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U.S., UK ISPs Track Web Habits, Sell Data to Advertisers

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Tuesday, 08 April 2008
Providers testing ways to use the goldmine of data locked away in their tubes
Tom Corelis (Blog) - April 7, 2008 11:53 PM
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ISPs throughout the United States and UK are using deep packet inspection to track surfers’ online activities – search queries, web sites visited, and information entered, among other things – in order to sell gleamed data to advertisers interested in better targeting their advertisements....[Front page....]
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Old 9th April, 2008, 02:33 AM
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high encryption anonymising proxy servers anyone?
It may be a business model to look into.

Also saw this: BBC NEWS | Technology | Free anonymising browser debuts
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The Beeb helpfully posts a link to the EFF's TOR anonymiser browser. Not.
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Download here:
xB Browser - Anonymous Surfing with the XeroBank Anonymous Browser

There is a subscription service one can purchase, as well as a demo. I haven't signed up for that. You can use it for free, but it is slower.
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