Definition of clickstream in English:

clickstream

Line breaks: click|stream
Pronunciation: /ˈklɪkstriːm
 
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noun

Computing
  • A series of mouse clicks made by a user while accessing the Internet, especially as monitored to assess a person’s interests for marketing purposes.
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    • She points out that there are on-line businesses that track users' clickstreams.
    • It doesn't take long to accumulate a terabyte of clickstream when you have a large-scale, actively used Web site.
    • Catlett himself called for new legal rights for Americans to repossess the ‘billions of pieces of clickstream data’ which online advertisers have ‘pilfered’ from them.

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