It was inevitable that this day would come, particularly if you’ve been reading the tea leaves on where our technology culture and data-wielding organizations are moving towards. We are living in a present climate that permits the break-down of individual citizens’ privacy, and the propagation of mass surveillance and advertising systems driven by hardware and data engineering.
Jonathan Irons writes about his defense of using ad blockers on news sites and how these companies shouldn’t place the blame on users.
This is a brief bit about hostile reading experiences. I've been keeping a [reference gallery of hostile reading sites (mostly screenshots) from around the web for a few years, but have been slow in updating it. But today I had to update it.