uBlock + uMatrix is a good combo. uBlock has a lovely right click block element option which can be used to selectively block elements on a webpage. uMatrix does script blocking on a domain level and big privacy intrusive sites always use multiple domains. I use multiple browsers at once and use different combinations of extensions. Compartmentalization at the browser level is always good. I've ditched Ghostery since long ago due to lack of trust. There are better faster alternatives. There's Privacy Badger, the Duckduckgo extension and Winscribe is another good one. Apart from a free vpn/proxy, it has tracker blocking, social media button muting, user agent rotation and a few more. You can set up a 2gb per month no email account in a minute and you can have several browsers on different accounts and IPs going at once. If you really get serious, you can start blocking at the DNS level with a Pi-hole DNS server and save your browsers some CPU cycles. Privacy is definitely not for the lazy. Not everyone can be a web ninja but a little effort helps a lot.