that's a lot of tracking!

by Michael Werneburg
on 2017.07.07

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I have this browser plugin that blocks third-party tracker systems from the websites I visit. I've noticed that the Washington Post has some 34 trackers on. 34! The New York Times has 21, as does the National Post here in Canada.

I no longer have any sense of how the media sector earns a living, but this has to be the explanation. It's a shame they're not explaining any of it to the people who use their websites.

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