Thursday, March 19, 2015

Obama Regime Now Tracking Details About Visitors To Government Websites

It's no joke or fiction novel. When you visit a government website, Big Brother is watching you. A new dashboard being used by the federal government tracks when you use government websites and how you got there.

(NextGov) At 11:23 a.m. on Thursday, 150,980 people -- more than the population of Alexandria, Virginia -- were browsing U.S. federal websites. Five thousand of them visited an page called "Where's my Refund?" Another 2,091 were checking forecasts on

These stats come from a new dashboard tracking user behavior on federal websites -- what they're looking at, what device they use, as well as their browser and operating system. The White House's U.S. Digital Service, along with two General Services Administration's tech teams, 18F and the Digital Analytics Program, launched the site Thursday.

Created over the course of two to three weeks, the site debuted during Sunshine Week, a national effort dedicated to government transparency.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche