JetPack spies on the sales and products of your WooCommerce online store

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Hello Members,

I discovered that the JetPack plugin has recently included a module, active by default, and without warning, that tracks your WooCommerce installation.

What is jetpack spy from my online stores?

Specifically, according to JetPack's own documentation, it tracks the following without your consent :

Follow these events and interactions of the behavior of your visitors :
  • When they see products.
  • When a product is added or removed from the cart.
  • When the checkout page is displayed.
  • When an order is processed.
All this information is stored on Automattic's servers, along with JetPack statistics, if you had the module active.

How does it activate?

Simple, whether you are installing JetPack for the first time or you have recently updated, add a module called WooCommerce Analytics, active by default without your consent or information.

I do not see it! Where's that jetpack module? How do I disable it?

Well, it is not visible in the JetPack settings, but is hidden, hidden, whatever you want to call it, in the real full list of JetPack modules.

You can disable jetpack module by visit this URL :
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Simply replace “” with the actual domain of your site.

Click on the Active button in the sidebar view menu & you will see all the active jetpack modules list. Now disable the WooCommerce Analytics.

Why don't they ask for permission or report this follow-up?

I honestly fail to understand why they neither ask for consent nor even report such activity tracking in online stores created with WooCommerce. I have reviewed the privacy texts of WordPress in case JetPack or WooCommerce indicate something about it and no, they do not indicate anything.

Neither does Automattic in the privacy policy to which the JetPack plugin links on its settings page and they do not say anything about it. Not even in its aforementioned policy of commitment to the GDPR.
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