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Brave browser flips search engine model round – pay for anonymous ads and no tracking
from Diigo

I can’t now remember how I came across this website which is worrying in case I am claiming it as my own find when really it’s not. This is interesting and invites further exploration in itself! I bookmarked it because Brave offers a new browser model that purportedly addresses the growing public concern over the way websites track us and gather our personal data. It reminded me of reading Lister this week and underlines the tension of the uneasy relationship we maintain with online Web 2.0 affordances – we want to use them and we are aware that to do so will involve some cost to us. Brave appears to offer us more choice in what that cost comprises.

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