As mentioned in the JS miner
thread, I would like to collect websites here that use pitp.it or any other form of JS/WebCL miner. The problem is websites that don't ask or even NOTIFY their users that they are using the user's electricity, computational power, and battery life. For really, really bad hash rates even (a few thousand hashes per second on a modern computer, lol!). I believe doing this will massively harm Bitcoin's reputation for the average user, and I want to prevent this by showing website owners using such miners in an illegitimate way that it's not okay.
Note that this thread is not against websites that give their users a choice in this matter. For instance, enabling the user to get rid of ads by mining bitcoins instead is fine if you give your users a choice in this matter. But we certainly don't need an internet where you constantly have to monitor your CPU activity to check if they are mining bitcoins without your consent.
I would encourage everyone to discuss these miners only in the other thread
and keep this one for collecting websites. Yes, this is a pillory, as the thread title says.
bitp.it was removed, website owner saw it was a bad idea.
That was fast!