This 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/
I think the article writer said that "Washington Post has about 20 trackers, an average number for a news site"
That info was disclosed in the story, and the columnist got a statement from his own company about it:
"The Washington Post website has about 40 tracker cookies, average for a news site, which the company said in a statement are used to deliver better-targeted ads and track ad performance."
@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.
@kyhwana irony at its finest.
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