How Come So Many Nonprofit Websites Have Ad Trackers?by@TheMarkup

How Come So Many Nonprofit Websites Have Ad Trackers?

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Last year, nearly 200 million people visited the website of Planned Parenthood, a nonprofit that many people turn to for very private matters like sex education, access to contraceptives, and access to abortions. What those visitors may not have known is that as soon as they opened plannedparenthood.org, some two dozen ad trackers embedded in the site alerted a slew of companies whose business is not reproductive freedom but gathering, selling, and using browsing data.

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