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Do Not Track (An Interactive Documentary)

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#1 SushiKitten


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Posted 17 May 2015 - 11:00 AM

I thought this might go here. I've been taking more of an interest in internet security lately, looking in to all the tracking stuff that happens without us knowing and I ended up looking at this after being pointed towards it through a podcast.


Do Not Track is an interactive documentary about the information that you are unknowingly giving to websites as well as what's being shared about you between websites. I think it's also interesting how they opted for an interactive documentary than a traditional one. The episodes are short, full of information, and gives you multiple opportunities to see how different websites share information with eachother (also how Google owns the internet p much). I found the episodes a bit strange in the images and things they show you, but it is still full of useful information.


Take a look here. https://donottrack-d...om/en/episodes/

#2 SpleenBeGone


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Posted 13 June 2015 - 01:39 PM

I've just started watching this. I've been fascinated with these sorts of things since I first learned I could track a bit of irrelevant information on my websites 10 years ago. 

I never do anything with the information I have, but I know google does.  It's amazing what I can figure out about people who visit, and I've seen some great examples of just how far people can go, including this documentary.