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Some groups, including and the Wikimedia Foundation (the non-profit organization that operates collaborative wiki projects), requested an opt-out of their websites from scans by the system. According to Phorm’s website, the company would not collect any data from users who had not explicitly opted in to its services.

Users had to provide separate consent for each web browsing device they used. S.-based advocacy group, filed a complaint with the U. Federal Trade Commission in November 2005 over distribution of what it considered spyware, including Context Plus.

In early 2008 Phorm admitted to editing its article on Wikipedia—removing a quotation from The Guardian's commercial executives describing the opposition they have towards its tracking system, and deleting a passage explaining how BT admitted misleading customers over covert Phorm trials in 2007.

This would allow websites to associate the UID to any details the website collects about the visitor.

Phorm Senior Vice President of Technology Marc Burgess has said that the collected information also includes a timestamp.

In an analysis titled "Stealing Phorm Cookies", Clayton wrote that Phorm's system stores a tracking cookie for each website visited on the user's PC, and that each contains an identical copy of the user's UID.

Where possible, Phorm's system strips its tracking cookies from http requests before they are forwarded across the Internet to a website's server, but it cannot prevent the UID from being sent to websites using https.

Context Plus shut down its operations in May 2006 and stated they were "no longer able to ensure the highest standards of quality and customer care".

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