the first paragraph of the article says "Bulletproof hosting Autonomous Systems (ASes)—malicious AS's fully dedicated to supporting cybercrime which apparently —provide freedom and resources for a cyber-criminal to operate."
phorm are included in the table of 41 "malicious AS's they collected from blogs" (see page 8, figure 6) under the table it says " Overall, we collected forty one known malicious ASes. We provide our list of ASes in Figure 6."
They even gave Phorms correct AS number - AS48214, this AS network contains a number of phorms wbsites / domains
a cut down list below, looks like they could do with some housekeeping
think about these questions in the context of NSA and privacy from an american point of view
Still using DPI? Going to still use the Russian dev team? Does any of the US operations traffic like opt in/ out or cookie setting use any of phorms infrastructure in Russia or china? Do they honor do not track setting in browsers? Do you still have to maintain an opt out cookie to prevent phorm showing you personalised content? Have they got a proper network level opt-out yet,
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