Ever wonder how advertisers see you as you surf the Web? Here are some examples of actual labels automatically affixed to Internet users:
> "Defund Police Persuadables"
> "Attitude: I generally get a raw deal out of life"
> "Money driven"
> "Affluent Ethnic Couples"
> "Heavy buyer of condoms"
> "Tech addict"
> "Menstrual cramps"
> "Elite Jewish urbanites"
What's the harm?
As we spray personal information across the interwebs, such invasive labels permanently brand us with indicators of interest to particular list buyers, be they proverbial sellers of white shirts or the sinister actuaries behind calculated insurance policies.

Click to read the referenced article: From “Heavy Purchasers” of Pregnancy Tests to the Depression-Prone: We Found 650,000 Ways Advertisers Label You – The Markup

So next time you say you don't need to use an ad-blocker or filter javascript or use a privacy-enhancing browser because after all, you've done nothing wrong and have nothing to hide.... think instead about the privacy harms caused by emboldening data brokers to help themselves to everyone's intimate details with shameless impunity.