Councils let firms track visits to webpages on benefits and disability

February 04, 2020 at 08:00AM

Investigation finds 400-plus councils let at least one third party track use of their sites

Councils are sharing information about users of their websites – including when they seek help with a benefit claim, or with a disability or alcoholism – with dozens of private companies.

More than 400 local authorities allowed at least one third-party company to track individuals who visit their sites, an investigation has revealed.

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