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## Prevalence
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**Pandemic:** found on 55.5% of surveyed sites (2752 instances observed).
**Pandemic:** found on 55.5% of surveyed sites (2753 instances observed).
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# **Ensighten** (
> “Ensighten is a global omni-channel data and tag management technology vendor headquartered in San Jose, California.” – [Source](
## Ethical design violations
(Learn more about [Ethical Design](
* Tracker
## Site breakage
Ensighten came onto our radar because it was breaking [T-Mobile’s web site](
Ensighten adds a style tag to the page to make the opacity of the body zero (invisible). It then later resets the opacity to make the page visible at some point in the future. If all goes well. If something goes wrong with the loading of third-party tracker scripts, it can leave the whole site invisible. This is what was happening on T-Mobile’s web site. So even though we had not gotten round to blocking Ensighten yet, it was breaking the T-Mobile web site because we were blocking other trackers.
Even if companies like T-Mobile don’t care about about violating the human rights of their visitors by exposing them to third-party violations of their privacy, they should at least ask themselves if they’re happy with the potential direct negative side effects of adding all these third party scripts to their sites.
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## Prevalence
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**High:** found on 1.7% of surveyed sites (86 instances observed).
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## Notes
* May render your site invisible if you use it.
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## Prevalence
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**Pandemic:** found on 28.4% of surveyed sites (1408 instances observed).
**Pandemic:** found on 28.4% of surveyed sites (1409 instances observed).
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