More and more sites I visit is detecting that I use an ad-blocker and asking me to either pay a daily or monthly fee to access their content, or whitelist the site in my system. If the content is valuable which is not available free from other sites I would not mind having a small subscription and get a regular feed. To remove my ad-blocker or white-list a site may result in your
system being compromised. This is due to ads being delivered may contain harmful code from fraudsters and users with malicious intent buying ad space from ad re-sellers. As can be seen from the image, anti-virus is blocking a potential risk from an ad delivering site trying run run a java-script on the workstation.
Websites wanting ad to be displayed on your system have no clue on what risk they are deliver to the unsuspecting users.
In the future, ads will be blocked more at the enterprise level on all platforms as it is realized that the threat is bigger than thought before. This is all to the fraud syndication embracing technology for another compromise to the defense layer.
I would recommend to not allow any ads while browsing the Internet or at least have current and good anti-virus on your system and do not log onto your system with a privileged account.