“Your web browser holds a lot of information about you, and this information is available to websites who want it,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes reports for ZDNet.Want a peek at the sort of information that a website has access to? Read on!”

“There are two websites that you can visit. The first site is called Click,” Kingsley-Hughes reports. “Not only does this site show you the information that your browser is leaking about you and your computer, it also watches what you do.”

“The other site you can visit is Webkay,” Kingsley-Hughes reports. “This site is less playful than Click, but it presents the data that it gathers about you in a much clearer manner…”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Click is definitely more playful than Webkay, but both are likely to be illuminating to the average web user.