@Roger3p: Using TOR-browser to prevent getting tracked and to protest against the modern web, is like protesting against NSA and living at their HQ. Or protesting against McDonalds and eating there every day.
You know everyone can host a TOR-node, right? So, uhh, you know, there are nodes hosted by the FBI or the NSA eg.
Or, that the "hackergroup" LizardSquad also have over 3000 nodes? I mean, LS is that group that is attacking BattleNet, PSN and XBL. Poor gamers that havnt done anything to anyne. I dont think you can trust them.
Maybe it would be better to switch to Chrome or Firefox and use some plugins like any adblocker, ScriptNo / NoScript, Ghostery, the usual stuff... In the end it doesnt protect your privacy neither, but at least you will have your internetspeed back without blocking you out of BBT and without telling "everyone" what youre doing directly. :p
Sorry for blowing up your hopes and dreams.