Your business model is not my concern
Sometimes I feel a bit sorry for the younger generations who haven't explored the wild and untamed Internet as it was before the arrival of the MySpaces, FaceBooks and a 'do evil' Google. Back in those days, having a 'website' or 'home page' was something a company had as a way to show off how hip they were, and for the average user something a hip wizkid would have their own personal hobby. Anyone remember web rings?
There was some advertising in those days, but generally just a text banner or static image directly hosted and vetted by the owner of the site or from the free hosting provider (Geocities, etc.). There were no gigantic ad networks (hi DoubleClick) with round-the-clock tracking of all online activity. Some start-ups even offered money or such when you'd just have this ad-filled bar on your desktop and looked at it often enough (which was easy enough to cheat....).
These days, though? Google, Facebook, et al. are just cynical exploitation machines, which encourage self-exploitation among the masses. All for the sake of selling more ad views and clicks. Countless companies have come to rely on these advertising services, with a business model that is essentially that of Bonzai Buddy, just with more ads instead of spyware (and sometimes both).
Advertising these days is definitely beyond the pale. Speaking as someone whose tolerance for ads has been calibrated by growing up with 90s (Dutch) TV and the 90s internet, I literally could not use the internet today without an adblocker and accompanying JS blocker. If Twitter didn't have the ad-free TweetDeck, I'd likely ditch that platform too. Facebook? Self-ExploitationBook is more like it.
Comforting thought of the day is that without ad revenue, Facebook and Google would very likely end up bankrupt, because that is all their business model really is at the end of the day. And that's okay, because their business model is not my concern, and I am not going to watch any ads even if they're really fun just to 'support' a site.
We invented the concept of donations for that, after all. If you appreciate your users/viewers/readers/etc., ask for donations. Yes, that means you, Facebook.