Learn about tracking technologies, market structure and data-sharing on the web

WhoTracksMe Paper 2018

What is a tracker? Where does this data come from?

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Government websites

If you are not the product, you're the taxpayer

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GDPR - What happened?

The tracking landscape post GDPR, adverse effects on competition and a market for compliance technologies

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Third-party cookies - the guests who won't leave

How the web ecosystem is preventing us from reverting the third-party cookie mistake.

Tracker Market Share

Proportion of the web traffic tracked by these companies.

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Google trackers are present on 82% of the web traffic

That is more than the next 4 biggest trackers combined.

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28% of the web has a hidden Facebook tracking pixel

Facebook knows more than what you just do on Facebook

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504 companies track more than 0.1% of the web traffic each.

Which of these have you heard of?

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Websites with the most (and least) tracking

TRACKER PRESENCE

796

out of 2465 top websites have more than 10 trackers per page.

13MB

of data per page load on average required by trackers

FINGERPRINTING is a unique digital signature derived from the properties of your device.

COOKIES are files placed by the website, stored in the browser that is used to identify you to the website.

The most common trackers