iOS 9 will also support "content-block extensions" for Safari, already available in its OS X incarnation, which can be used for ad blocking. One can imagine Disconnect and others offering these extensions.
No matter your feelings about ads, it's reasonable to be worried about and want to block sites that have no business--literally, it's none of their business--tracking you, and to be angry at those feeding us malicious software and trying to coax our secrets from us. Some balance would be nice. Without it, readers will continue to take matters in their own hands.
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