CloudFlare's captcha screen appears more and more often during Tor browsing. First they ask for a CAPTCHA and that's ok. Then there's the copy/paste confirmation string. That should be the last obstacle, but instead I'm back again to the same screen, re-doing it in an endless loop, that is quite frustrating. I'm not alone with it; there are others with the same problem.
Not only are they invading our privacy in a much worse way than normal trackers do (certainly much more difficult to block), they also make it impossible for us to freely and flawlessly surf the web!
CloudFlare and all the similar services are the new-generation of trackers: with the excuse of being protective against all kinds of DoS attacks, they are quickly conquering a very big slice of the internet! And whenever you try to visit a site that they serve, your request will go straight to them first, and therefore logged and shared too. There is no way to block this unless you avoid visiting all the websites it serves, of which there are quite a lot actually....
I feel like the usability and user-experience of Tor browsing is exponentially decreasing due to these kinds of issues. Has anyone else noticed this problem with CloudFlare? What do you think about it, and what the solution could be?