I think there's a scale of threat that people should protect against... and at the top of that is intrusive tracking for which people should fight with ad-blocking, DNS-blocking, etc. Lower down is the passive tracking from ISPs and those can be fought with encryption.
But when you make the passive tracking the biggest threat in your risk assessment, you will encrypt everything first and that will reduce your own ability to create a mitigation for the intrusive tracking.
So... adblock and pi-hole first, worry about encrypting your internet second. Of course both, but never compromise the ability to block adverts and malware, and focusing on the second as a priority may reduce your ability to do the first.
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