Don't believe it? According to news.com.au: "A creepy new website called clickclickclick has been developed to demonstrate how our online behaviour is continuously measured."
(And you thought your neighbors were nosey).
"Dutch media company VPRO and Amsterdam-based interactive design company Studio Moniker are the masterminds behind the site, which observes and comments on your behaviour in great detail."
Why would they do such a thing?
The designers claim it was an experiment done in a "lighthearted" way to prove a point: Big Data has destroyed your privacy.
"From the minute you visit the website, it begins detailing your actions on the screen in real-time."
And get this--there's a voice offering a running commentary about your behavior.
"What we do is just a little funny: we use a voice, a kind of psychologist who will assign properties" (to your behavior), they say.
While VPRO and Studio Moniker may just be conducting a funny little experiment to bring awareness, Big Data is busy tracking and analyzing our every move.
Nothing funny about it.
A wise man once said: "Your web searches about sensitive information might seem a secret between you and your search engine, but companies like Google are creating a treasure trove of personal information by logging your online activities and making it potentially available to any party wielding enough cash or a subpoena." Electronic Frontier Foundation
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