RT @Pinboard@twitter.comThis Washington Post article about how "Google’s web browser has become spy software" contains 11 megabytes of ad cruft and includes invasive trackers from at least 20 domains, including Google, the subject of the article. Of course there is no disclosure. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/06/21/google-chrome-has-become-surveillance-software-its-time-switch/
@kyhwana I don't think I've seen a mainstream news site without a bloated website and a lot of trackers. Maybe the closest to not fitting into that mold is the Guardian.
@moreheadmax I'm actually wrong about the Guardian. Turns out the reason I don't notice the trackers/ads is that I have blockers turned up to 11.
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