Creepy site shows how you are monitored online



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IF YOU think you are not being analysed while browsing websites, it could be time to reconsider.

A creepy new website called clickclickclick has been developed to demonstrate how our online behaviour is continuously measured.

The website — which is not harmful to your computer — contains nothing but a white screen and a large green button.

From the minute you visit the website, it begins detailing your actions on the screen in real-time.

The site also encourages users to turn on their audio, which offers the even more disturbing experience of having an English voice comment about your behaviour.


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Aug 2, 2015
This is not really anything new. I ran a few websites myself.
I disabled the ability to track users referrer as well as were they went after leaving.
Those of you not familiar with the C-Panels for sites, even this one Xenforo, there are
some options in the C-panel that would startle you. I trust Jack and MT so I am sure
there is nothing to worry about here, but it would be smart to be very picky the sites you
use your Email at, as well as allow to store cookies. vBulletin has some gnarly settings too.
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uncle bill

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Damn javascript thing, i can't see nothing happening.. :)

source code available at:

and the (always untrusted) google part:

(i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
ga('create', 'UA-32525606-13', 'auto');
ga('send', 'pageview');
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Mar 17, 2016
Oh well I was about to ask

Just out of curiosity.. What prevents websites to see those things ? TOR?
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Nov 28, 2018
This site really disturbs you guys/gals? This is quite tame compared to the sort of DNS, microphone, inference and AI based techniques being used to collect and abuse your data! This clickclickclick site just demonstrates basic web interface usage... I mean come on, the browser has to share SOME info if you expect to interact with anything online. How do you expect anything more advanced than a basic html page to work without most of this stuff?

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