Last Updated: February 19th, 2018 by Dan Astriden
I have been secretly recording you in your home, office and car for over 10 years.
Please don’t hate me; I’m not the only one that does it.
You are constantly being monitored by video surveillance cameras in stores, on the streets and even by neighbor’s surveillance cameras. By now you must be used to constant supervision, right? Why would the web be any different? All websites you visit are recorded by your internet service provider so do you really think websites are any different and nobody is paying attention to what you are doing?
Web developers use website recording software as well as analytics code to track everything you do on a website. The creepy part is website recording software tracks mouse movement and creates heat maps of what and where you click.
The analytics of your mouse movements, taps, clicks, click rage (rapid clicking of the mouse) are created into visual recordings so the operator can watch a video of actions you took on the website. What you click, where you scroll, how long you spend reading or interacting with content… it’s all recorded.
Web developers aren’t all bad people invading your privacy. We record your actions on websites in order to provide a happy experience on the web so you can efficiently get the information you need and share what you think is important. We try to fix the things that make you upset. Yes, lots of click rage out there. Really, we want you to treat websites like pets and happily play with them.
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