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# **Alexa Top 500 News Sites** (Sites ordered by number of trackers)
# **Alexa Top 500 News Sites** (ordered by number of trackers)
* **Source:** [Alexa Top 500 News Sites](http://www.alexa.com/topsites/category/Top/News)
* **Source:** Additionally, some hand-curated sites.
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7. duluthnewstribune.com (83 trackers)
8. wtop.com (80 trackers)
9. weather.com (77 trackers)
10. theonion.com (75 trackers)
11. alternet.org (74 trackers)
12. drudgereport.com (71 trackers)
10. [theonion.com](/sites/theonion.com) (75 trackers)
11. [alternet.org](/sites/alternet.org) (74 trackers)
12. [drudgereport.com](/sites/drudgereport.com) (71 trackers)
13. stltoday.com (67 trackers)
14. thestar.com (67 trackers)
15. sltrib.com (66 trackers)
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82. syracuse.com (37 trackers)
83. onlinenewspapers.com (37 trackers)
84. postandcourier.com (37 trackers)
85. forbes.com (37 trackers)
85. [forbes.com](/sites/forbes.com) (37 trackers)
86. mysanantonio.com (37 trackers)
87. pjmedia.com (36 trackers)
88. westword.com (36 trackers)
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503. ajitjalandhar.com (0 trackers)
504. express.co.uk (0 trackers)
505. owl.english.purdue.edu (0 trackers)
506. indymedia.org (0 trackers)
506. [indymedia.org](/sites/indymedia.org) (0 trackers)
507. redtram.com (0 trackers)
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# **Alternet** (alternet.org)
![Screenshot of Alternet’s web site](alternet.jpg)
> “AlterNet is a progressive activist news service and a project of the non-profit Independent Media Institute.” – [Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AlterNet)
## Trackers to the left of me, surveillance to the right…
**Alternet and The Drudge Report are so similar that they may as well be the same organisation.**
Progressive news site Alternet comes in 11th with 74 trackers on the [Alexa Top 500 News sites list as ordered by number of trackers](/sites/alexa-top-500-news).
Conservative news site [The Drudge Report](/sites/drudgereport.com) scores only slightly better in 12th position with 71 trackers.
One’s the darling of the left, the other a beloved mouthpiece of the right. And yet they’re both in the exact same business: behavioural advertising. The bait they use to entice you to their sites is different but the goal is the same: to expose you to be [tracked, profiled, and manipulated](https://ar.al/notes/the-nature-of-the-self-in-the-digital-age/) by the 70+ third-party entities on their sites.
At least The Drudge Report doesn’t pretend to be anything it’s not. Alternet is actually more deceptive as it touts itself as a non-profit that defends progressive values. People are more likely to trust the site and less likely to think they are being tracked and profiled. Needless to say, Alternet, [people farming](https://ar.al/notes/the-nature-of-the-self-in-the-digital-age/) and social justice are just not compatible.
## Ethical design violations
(Learn more about [Ethical Design](https://ind.ie/ethical-design).)
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* Trackers
* googlesyndication.com
* springserve.com
* rawstory.com
* accuweather.com
* wibbitz.com
* doubleclick.net
* adnxs.com
* criteo.com
* pubsqrd.com
* rfihub.net
* rfihub.com
* parsely.com
* googletagservices.com
* googleadservices.com
* valorist.com
* ora.tv
* fark.com
* imrworldwide.com
* scorecardresearch.com
* adadvisor.net
* voicefive.com
* rubiconproject.com
* pubmatic.com
* liverail.com
* casalemedia.com
* yahoo.com
* smaato.net
* openx.net
* btrll.com
* spotxchange.com
* tapad.com
* gssprt.jp
* bidswitch.net
* quantserve.com
* teads.tv
* google-analytics.com
* 2mdn.net
* spotxcdn.com
* lrcdn.net
* smi2.net
* adform.net
* optimatic.com
* angsrvr.com
* smartstream.tv
* akamai.net
* 360yield.com
* atemda.com
* media.net
* ebdr3.com
* smartadserver.com
* ajax.googleapis.com
* smi2.ru
* hiberniacdn.com
* adsafety.net
* finam.ru
* sumologic.com
* jwpcdn.com
* cloudflare.com
* createjs.com
* mirtesen.ru
* e-generator.com
* google.com
* turn.com
* tidaltv.com
* adotmob.com
* adsrvr.org
* eyeviewads.com
* tubemogul.com
* adap.tv
* adsymptotic.com
* https
* advertising.com
* jwpltx.com
* chartbeat.com
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## After Better
* Requests: <!-- requestsBefore -->309 requests<!-- /requestsBefore --> to <!-- requestsAfter -->192 requests<!-- /requestsAfter --> (<!-- requestsBlocked -->117 requests<!-- /requestsBlocked --> blocked, <!-- deltaRequests -->38% Safer<!-- /deltaRequests -->)
* Weight: <!-- sizeBefore -->5.32 MB<!-- /sizeBefore --> to <!-- sizeAfter -->4.57 MB<!-- /sizeAfter --> (<!-- sizeSaved -->765.95 KB<!-- /sizeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaSize -->14% Lighter<!-- /deltaSize -->)
* Speed: <!-- timeBefore -->45.69 seconds<!-- /timeBefore --> to <!-- timeAfter -->28.46 seconds<!-- /timeAfter --> (<!-- timeSaved -->17.23 seconds<!-- /timeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaTime -->38% Faster<!-- /deltaTime -->)
Statistics by [Better Inspector](https://source.ind.ie/better/inspector) based on [the page](https://archive.better.fyi/alternet.org.har.gz) as on <!-- lastUpdate -->Tuesday, July 12th 2016<!-- /lastUpdate -->
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> “The Bild newspaper (or Bild-Zeitung, literally Picture Newspaper…) is a German tabloid published by Axel Springer AG.” – [Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bild)
## This shit has got to stop
## Strike two…
Bild knowingly added a content blocker blocker to the core JavaScript file that runs their site. Not loading this file is not an option as it basically disables the whole site. [Wired](/sites/wired.com) does the same thing. This appears to be an increasingly common tactic being employed by the [behavioural advertising industry](/sites/iab.com) to force people to stop protecting themselves from tracking.
Today, we are implementing a new policy to deal with malicious sites that actively threaten people’s safety on the web. **If we are prevented from protecting you from trackers on a site, we will treat the site as malicious and remove it from your web experience.** By filtering out malicious sites, we will enable sites that [respect human rights, effort, and experience](https://ind.ie/ethical-design) to rise to the top of search results.
**In fact, Bild are such bastards that [they don’t load the site at all if JavaScript is disabled](https://twitter.com/aral/status/758234563663495168).** No, no, not bastards… unadulterated, Class A, “we couldn’t care less about your human right to privacy” bastards.
The inspiration for this comes from a German tabloid, Bild, owned by Axel Springer. Last week, one of our customers <a href='https://twitter.com/dahanbn/status/758027299316965376'>alerted us that Bild was detecting Better and refusing people access to their site</a> unless they turned it off. This is unacceptable as turning Better means leaving yourself open to behavioural tracking and other web malware. As we’ve already seen, when [Forbes](/sites/forbes.com) did the same thing, [people who turned off their blockers were subsequently infected with malware served from Forbes’s advertising network](http://www.extremetech.com/internet/220696-forbes-forces-readers-to-turn-off-ad-blockers-promptly-serves-malware).
So, anyway, Bild’s blocker detection script checks if it can load one of their trackers, [SmartAdServer](/trackers/smartadserver.com). Disabling their blocker blocker is as trivial as [allowing that tracker to pass their detection](/trackers/Ω-ignore-previous-rules). This is, of course, less than ideal, and I’m going to look into further disabling parts of that tracker on Bild.de.
Bild chose to implement their blocker blocker in the core JavaScript file that runs their site. This means that we cannot trivially block their blocker detection without breaking the whole site. This is by design on Bild’s part. They want the site to fail if you are protecting yourself from trackers and malicious advertising. In fact, Bild has such low regard for their readers that [they their site doesn’t load at all if JavaScript is disabled](https://twitter.com/aral/status/758234563663495168)
But before that, let me say this: this shit has got to stop. And, one way or another, it will. We’re not going to spend hours trying to track down how you’re detecting and sabotaging the tools people use to defend themselves on the Web. Instead, if we cannot trivially disable your blocker blocker, we are going to remove you from the web.
In this instance, we were able to block Bild’s blocker detection by finding [the exact tracker they test for](/trackers/smartadserver.com) and allowing it to pass their detection script. So, “strike two!”, Bild.
Let me say that again just so it’s crystal clear: **we’re going to remove you from the web.** Ever play chess? That’s what’s known as checkmate and every game in this silly game of cat and mouse ends there.
[Wired](/sites/wired.com) have taken a similar approach. Their blocker detection is also in a JavaScript file called core. However, blocking this file on Wired doesn’t have a hugely negatively impact on the site. Most of their ‘core’ functionality is concerned with implementing behavioural tracking and advertising. The only other feature we’ve seen affected is their slideshow galleries. So, it’s “strike two!” for Wired also.
You see this rule?
While we are currently able to protect people from tracking and malicious advertising on these sites, it is trivial for either site to break what we’ve done. Needless to say, this is not a game of cat and mouse that we have the time or patience to play. We are not going to spend hours investigating and implementing blocker detection circumvention for every aggressive and malicious site spurred on by the [IAB’s DEAL policy](sites/iab.com).
```
- trigger:
- url-filter: *
- action:
- selector: a[href^='http://bild.de'], a[href^='https://bild.de'], a[href^='http://www.bild.de'], a[href^='https://www.bild.de']
- type: css-display-none
```
Instead, we are now implementing a “Three Strikes And You’re Out!” policy. **If you make it difficult for us to protect people from tracking and malicious advertising on your site, we will treat your site as malicious and protect our customers by removing you from their web experience.**
**A rule like that, plus a few others, can remove Bild from every search engine and every site on the planet.**
### Three Strikes And You’re Out!
It’s not live at the moment but please, go ahead and block our blocker blocker blocker and make my day. – [Aral](https://ar.al)
This outlines our policy for dealing with aggressive and malicious sites that threaten the privacy and safety of people on the web:
#### Strike one
Your site implements behavioural tracking and advertising.
**Better:** *blocks trackers and behavioural advertising to protect people.*
#### Strike two
Your site implements blocker detection and blocking (e.g., influenced by [IAB’s DEAL policy](/sites/iab.com)).
**Better:** *categorises your site as **Aggressive** and blocks your blocker detection/blocking.*
#### Strike three
Your site makes it non-trivial or difficult to block your blocker detection/blocking without breaking the site (e.g., integrating blocking detection/blocking functionality into core functionality of your site, obfuscating it, etc.)
**Better:** *categorises your site as **Malicious** and removes it from the web experience of the people who use Better.*
### Checkmate
Strike three is what we call checkmate in chess.
**If your site is malicious, we will remove links to it from other sites, including search engines, for people who are browsing the web with Better enabled.** We do this to protect our customers and to enable sites that do [respect people’s rights, effort, and experience](https://ind.ie/ethical-design) to filter to the top and gain visibility.
Needless to say, we have not implemented Strike Three for any sites yet and we hope that publishers [ignore the IAB’s DEAL policy](/sites/iab.com) and do the right thing ([respect the rights, effort, and experience of their readers](https://ind.ie/ethical-design)) so we don’t have to.
## Ethical design violations
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# **Cloud of Fame** The Deck Network
![The Deck Ad network: ads without tracking](/spotlight/decknetwork.net/the-deck-we-re-fine-with-knowing-nothing.png)
![The Deck Ad network: ads without tracking](/sites/decknetwork.net/the-deck-we-re-fine-with-knowing-nothing.png)
> “We’re fine with knowing nothing… As a network we have never issued cookies or tracked readers in any way.” – [Source](http://decknetwork.net/privacy/)
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We will be showcasing other exemplary initiatives here in the future. If you know of any, [please let us know](https://forum.ind.ie/c/better).
## No trackers.
## No trackers
[When we last checked](https://archive.better.fyi/decknetwork.net.har.gz), on Monday, May 16th, 2016, The Deck Network’s home page had no third-party content or trackers.
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# **No DEAL!** Interactive Advertising Bureau
# **Drudge Report** (drudgereport.com)
![The IBA wants to make a DEAL that puts people at risk on the Web by turning off their content blockers.](/spotlight/iab.com/deal-no-deal.jpg)
![Screenshot of Drudge Report’s web site](drudgereport.jpg)
**Dear Interactive Advertising Bureau,**
> “The Drudge Report is a politically conservative American news aggregation website.” – [Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drudge_Report)
Your [DEAL](http://www.iab.com/iab-tech-lab-publisher-ad-blocking-primer) is toxic for human rights. You urge sites to coerce us to stop protecting ourselves from web malware. This leaves us open to malicious ads and to the violation of our privacy through behavioural tracking.
## Trackers to the left of me, surveillance to the right…
While others like [Alexander Hanff](https://www.opendemocracy.net/ourbeeb/alexander-hanff/whittingdale-is-wrong-it-is-advertisers-who-are-destroying-digital-economy) are doing valuable work to determine [the legality of the actions of your members](http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/23/anti_ad_blockers_face_legal_challenges/) (see [his recent letter to IDG](https://www.scribd.com/doc/314011726/IDGUK-27052016-Redacted)), we are going the technological route: **we will actively protect people from your attempts to detect and block their ability to defend themselves against web malware and tracking.**
**Alternet and The Drudge Report are so similar that they may as well be the same company.**
So our response, quite simply, is this:
<strong>You have no DEAL!</strong>
## About IAB
> The “trade association for interactive marketing in the U.S.” – [Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randall_Rothenberg)
[Read the whole story on our Alternet entry](/sites/alternet.org)
## Ethical design violations
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* Trackers
* fonts.net
* ajax.googleapis.com
* iab.net
* twitter.com
* googletagservices.com
* googleadservices.com
* googletagmanager.com
* facebook.net
* google-analytics.com
* intermarkets.net
* yimg.com
* twimg.com
* bing.net
* google.com
* eproof.com
* quantserve.com
* moatads.com
* facebook.com
* criteo.net
* budgetedbauer.com
* quantcast.com
* ajax.googleapis.com
* openx.net
* atticwicket.com
* amazon-adsystem.com
* criteo.com
* sonobi.com
* adtechus.com
* adnxs.com
* rubiconproject.com
* casalemedia.com
* bidswitch.net
* afy11.net
* basebanner.com
* rhythmxchange.com
* adsrvr.org
* gumgum.com
* 1rx.io
* doubleclick.net
* googlesyndication.com
* gwallet.com
* w55c.net
* adsymptotic.com
* mxptint.net
* googletagservices.com
* fastclick.net
* googleadservices.com
* netmng.com
* owneriq.net
* dotomi.com
* yahoo.com
* bluekai.com
* demdex.net
* rundsp.com
* domdex.com
* chango.com
* simpli.fi
* media6degrees.com
* dtmpub.com
* spotxchange.com
* zedo.com
* advertising.com
* pubmatic.com
* contextweb.com
* liverail.com
* vindicosuite.com
* btrll.com
* spotxcdn.com
* lrcdn.net
* fonts.googleapis.com
* gstatic.com
* veruta.com
* adform.net
* impdesk.com
* adformdsp.net
* revcontent.com
* scorecardresearch.com
* netseer.com
* legolas-media.com
* ipredictive.com
* everesttech.net
* revsci.net
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* Aggressive
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## After Better
* Requests: <!-- requestsBefore -->108 requests<!-- /requestsBefore --> to <!-- requestsAfter -->91 requests<!-- /requestsAfter --> (<!-- requestsBlocked -->17 requests<!-- /requestsBlocked --> blocked, <!-- deltaRequests -->16% Safer<!-- /deltaRequests -->)
* Weight: <!-- sizeBefore -->5.28 MB<!-- /sizeBefore --> to <!-- sizeAfter -->5.14 MB<!-- /sizeAfter --> (<!-- sizeSaved -->144.41 KB<!-- /sizeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaSize -->3% Lighter<!-- /deltaSize -->)
* Speed: <!-- timeBefore -->2.93 minutes<!-- /timeBefore --> to <!-- timeAfter -->2.37 minutes<!-- /timeAfter --> (<!-- timeSaved -->33.56 seconds<!-- /timeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaTime -->19% Faster<!-- /deltaTime -->)
* Requests: <!-- requestsBefore -->427 requests<!-- /requestsBefore --> to <!-- requestsAfter -->114 requests<!-- /requestsAfter --> (<!-- requestsBlocked -->313 requests<!-- /requestsBlocked --> blocked, <!-- deltaRequests -->3.7× Safer<!-- /deltaRequests -->)
* Weight: <!-- sizeBefore -->2.02 MB<!-- /sizeBefore --> to <!-- sizeAfter -->696.49 KB<!-- /sizeAfter --> (<!-- sizeSaved -->1.34 MB<!-- /sizeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaSize -->3.0× Lighter<!-- /deltaSize -->)
* Speed: <!-- timeBefore -->59.3 seconds<!-- /timeBefore --> to <!-- timeAfter -->11.34 seconds<!-- /timeAfter --> (<!-- timeSaved -->47.96 seconds<!-- /timeSaved --> saved, <!-- deltaTime -->5.2× Faster<!-- /deltaTime -->)
Statistics by [Better Inspector](https://source.ind.ie/better/inspector) based on [the page](https://archive.better.fyi/iab.com.har.gz) as on <!-- lastUpdate -->Sunday, May 22nd 2016<!-- /lastUpdate -->
Statistics by [Better Inspector](https://source.ind.ie/better/inspector) based on [the page](https://archive.better.fyi/drudgereport.com.har.gz) as on <!-- lastUpdate -->Tuesday, July 12th 2016<!-- /lastUpdate -->
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# **Cloud of Shame** Forbes (forbes.com)
<figure>
<img alt='Forbes doorslam' src='doorslam.jpg'/>
<figcaption>
<p>Every year, one human life worth of time – over 87 years – is lost to one ‘annoying’ doorslam on one site.</p>
</figcaption>
</figure>
When you – a human being – visit Forbes.com, you get [a doorslam](http://www.creativebloq.com/mobile/web-needs-fewer-doorslams-and-more-personality-5135640).
In ad-industry parlance, this is an ‘interstitial’; a modal screen that blocks your progress and displays an advertisement. To rub salt on the wound, Forbes adds a three-second count down to it. Only after the countdown is complete can you click a button to proceed to the actual site.
Let’s be conservative and say that the whole malarkey takes about five seconds to get through if you have lightning fast reflexes. That’s not that bad, is it? And, once you’ve been subjected to it, you don’t see it again until the next day.
### Just a second…
<figure>
<img alt='Forbes’s visitor statistics, showing 46 million unique monthly visitors' src='stats.jpg'/>
<figcaption>
<p>What’s 5 seconds × 46,000,000 people?</p>
</figcaption>
</figure>
So what’s the big deal? 5 seconds isn’t a lifetime, is it? Why is Forbes this month’s Cloud of Shame?
Here’s why: by their own admission, **Forbes gets 46 million unique visitors to their site every month.**
Let’s be conservative again. Let’s say that each one of those visitors visits the site just once a month. Even so, **those five seconds quickly add up to over 7 years of human life wasted each month.** Because of one interstitial. Just on Forbes.com.
In other words, every year, one human life’s worth of time – over 87 years – is lost to one ‘annoying’ doorslam on one site.
<ul class='calculation'>
<li>46,000,000 people × 5 seconds = 230,000,000 seconds</li>
<li>230,000,000 seconds ÷ 60 seconds = 3,833,333 minutes</li>
<li>3,833,333 minutes ÷ 60 minutes = 63,888 hours</li>
<li>63,888 hours ÷ 24 hours = 2,662 days</li>
<li class='final-calculation'>2,662 days ÷ 365 days = <strong class='total'>7.3 years</strong></li>
</ul>
It‘s time we started taking the externalities of the behavioural advertising industry seriously. One of those externalities is Human Time Wasted. The unit is Lifetimes Lost Per Year.
But don’t worry, because everything you’ve just read only applies to you if you’re a human being. If you’re a robot, you get a much better experience.
### VIP lane: robots only
<figure>
<img alt='What Google sees' src='what-google-sees.jpg'/>
<figcaption>
<p>What Google sees: the Googlebot gets shown directly to the content.</p>
</figcaption>
</figure>
If you want to regain your lost 5 seconds, all you have to do is to pretend that you’re a robot. The easiest way to skip Forbes’s doorslam is to set your browser’s user agent to pretend that it’s the Googlebot:
<pre class='single-string'><code>Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html)
</code></pre>
And, boom!
“Why hello, Mr. Googlebot, right this way, sir… let us take you directly to the content!”
No doorslam, no ad, no pithy quote, no three-second countdown. No sir, that crap’s just for the lowly humans.
### “Stop protecting yourselves on the web!”
<figure>
<img alt='Forbes’s blocker blocker which resulted in people getting infected with malware' src='blocker-blocker.jpg'/>
<figcaption>
<p>Forbes’s web site used to ask people to turn off their web malware blockers.</p>
</figcaption>
</figure>
All this is bad, but things were actually even worse before.
Forbes used to detect tracker blockers like Better and block them. You couldn’t get past their doorslam unless you stopped protecting yourself from trackers and malvertising by turning off your blocker. So people did. And what happened? [They got served malware](http://www.extremetech.com/internet/220696-forbes-forces-readers-to-turn-off-ad-blockers-promptly-serves-malware).
While Forbes no longer appears to be blocking content blockers, [Wired](/sites/wired.com) still does. (Note: [Better blocks Wired’s blocker blocker](/sites/wired.com)).
Is it a coincidence that both Forbes and Wired take a similar approach to tracker blockers? No. The companies behind both publications are members of the [Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)](/sites/iab.com), the trade association for the behavioural advertising industry. Forcing people to turn off their tracker blockers and stop protecting themselves on the web is part of [the standard policy called DEAL](/sites/iab.com) that the IAB recommends publishers to implement.
Needless to say, we find this practice greatly troubling and we will start treating sites that force people to stop protecting themselves from tracking and malware on the web as malicious sites. You can read more about our [Three Strikes And You’re Out policy](/sites/bild) for how, going forward, we will be dealing with malicious sites by removing them from the Better web experience.
Shame on you, Forbes, for failing to respect human rights, human effort, and human experience. You fail [the ethical design test](https://ind.ie/ethical-design) on all counts and that makes you our Cloud of Shame for this month.
## Ethical design violations
(Learn more about [Ethical Design](https://ind.ie/ethical-design).)
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* Trackers
* forbesimg.com
* akamaihd.net
* scorecardresearch.com
* doubleclick.net
* googletagmanager.com
* bluekai.com
* truste.com
* google-analytics.com
* facebook.net
* 6sc.co
* d41.co
* bkrtx.com
* facebook.com
* ml314.com
* media.net
* gigya.com
* googletagservices.com
* liftdna.com
* googleadservices.com
* servedbyopenx.com
* googlesyndication.com
* webspectator.com
* moatads.com
* openx.net
* adsafeprotected.com
* krxd.net
* owneriq.net
* gwallet.com
* adsymptotic.com
* mxptint.net
* quantserve.com
* yahoo.com
* mathtag.com
* google.com
* flashtalking.com
* ajax.googleapis.com
* realtime.co
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* Aggressive
* Doorslam
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