BuiltWith in the WSJ

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The Wall Street Journal recently published a piece on the use of tracking technologies on the web and how the line between real life identities and online browsing habits are being tracked and shared.



BuiltWith helped out with this research piece by providing information on what sites had some form of social integration and how just by having connections back to social networks like Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn provides them with an unprecedented overview of a persons online behavior.

View the WSJ Article here.
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