wait what
they (brave) force websites to participate in this and don't even let them tell their users they don't want to

brave browser isn't brave if it can't even stop pretending to be something else

brave for publishers:
> You may not access or use our Services if
> (e) you are using our Services for personal, family or household purposes,
> (h) you are located in a country that is subject to a U.S. government embargo or that has been designated by the U.S. government as a “terrorist supporting” country,
> [forced arbitration clause]

and you have to register a cryptocurrency wallet on a centralized service which will have access to your money. given how often they get breached...

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@leip4Ier lol, scrolled down one millimeter and then saw you boosted that

@leip4Ier Yes, Brave has a weird sense of entitlement. "Let's break everything that existed before and redo it completely with us as its centerpiece." Good for the bottom line of course but that's supposedly not what this is about...

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