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the filter that you have applied not seems correct. Check this post, it has clearly defined how to check traffic for sub domain in Analytics: https://www.techwyse.com/blog/search-engine-optimization/subdomain-and-cross-domain-tracking-in-universal-analytics/
If you're asking specifically about analytics, you don't lose much, though there is a subtle issue. Content owners use analytics to guide their decisions on what to publish and the site visitors are in essence voting with their clicks. If you're blocking analytics, your clicks will not be counted. This can be an issue if the group that has blocking enabled ...
You gain little and lose a little. Your gains will come from the slight increase in browser and network performance due to the decrease in network traffic (almost nothing). You lose a little because advertisers may not be able to serve content to you that targets your interests. The site provider also loses the ability to provide content you are interested ...
The best and easiest way to do this is from within your application instead of from within Google Analytics. Easiest way is to add a switch to your code to detect if you are connecting to your own site (which can be detected anyway you wish really) and if you are detected then don't add the Google Analytics code to the page at all, otherwise add it no ...
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