Ever wondered what people tweet about while walking the streets of Paris? Or how many public bicycles are available near Buckingham Palace in London? How about the number of CCTV cameras in Under Den Linden, Berlin? A new experiential website called WeAreData holds all your answers.

WeAreData is actually operated by Ubisoft as a promotional tool for the highly anticipated Watch Dogs. The point of this site is to show us how much information is available to the public already.

“With WeareData, visitors will discover that much of the hyper-connected world imagined in Watch Dogs already is a reality, and that everything and everyone is truly connected, reads Ubisoft’s announcement. “The amount of and potential uses for public and personal information that is readily available online has never been more relevant, as evidenced by today’s headlines.

“Watch Dogs’ WeareData allows users to access the real-time data that organize and help run the cities of Berlin, London and Paris, as well current information on their inhabitants.”

Via this site, users can get access to public transport schedules, such as subways and public bicycles; telecommunications networks including mobile antennas, WiFi spots and advertising networks; energy consumption, traffic and safety infrastructure like CCTV cameras and traffic lights; and regionalized socioeconomic data such as average net income, unemployment rate and crime rate.

Also available are geo-localized social media activities for the cities’ residents, including their public posts on Facebook, Foursquare, Instagram and Twitter. Creepy? Maybe a little.

Below you’ll find a short trailer and a few screenshots from the site. Happy stalking!

Watch Dogs will hit stores on November 19 in the US and on November 22 in Europe, on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Wii U and PC.

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