Website Roots

Every time you open a website, you communicate with at least one server to load the site. Which servers you interact with depends on the webpage you load. While some of the servers are used to load the content, some are used to keep track of you through the web. Furthermore, it is not at all or difficult to find out which information are shared with the respective servers. Shouldn't a website tell you which information it shares with what companies in a transparent and understandable way? Click on one of the sites below to find out, which servers you communicate with every time you open the site...

Please note, that the servers shown here, are only the ones publicly known about.
Theoretically, way more request could be made.
All data shown here was collected simulating visits from Frankfurt, Germany using Google Chrome with the use of requestmap.herokuapp.com, webpagetest.org & ip-api.com in January 2020.

reddit.com
nytimes.com
foxnews.com
cnn.com
t-online.de
bild.de
spiegel.de
focus.de
bbc.co.uk
theguardian.com
dailymail.co.uk
vg.no
nrk.no
google.com
youtube.com
facebook.com
twitter.com
instagram.com
amazon.com
wikipedia.org
yahoo.com
live.com
netflix.com
web.de
gmx.de
booking.com
otto.de
zalando.de
pornhub.com
xhamster.com
xnxx.com
xvideos.com
redtube.com
baidu.com
yandex.ru
naver.com
vk.com
milanwittpohl.com

milanwittpohl.com

I am Milan Wittpohl, deeply passionate about digital products, currently living in Edinburgh for my master studies.

milanwittpohl.com

I am Milan Wittpohl, deeply passionate about digital products, currently living in Edinburgh for my master studies.