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Ad industry complains Apple Safari update is 'unilateral and heavy-handed' against trackin...I'm okay with it. Browse almost any website today and you're practically inundated with ads almost everywhere. Some sites are almost unusable due to all the ads and third party links.
I guess this sort of feeds itself, the more people use blockers the more they have to make off the users that don't, more ads go up, more people get blockers.