Dan Gillmor

A list of the ad networks, trackers the WSJ — which I pay for — tries to load in my browser

We pay a non-trivial annual subscription fee to read the online Wall Street Journal, and consider it worth the money. But the company feels it has the right to not only charge us royally for the privilege but also to insert all kinds of surveillance into our reading.

I use browser plugins that block nearly all of this stuff.