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FAQ Regarding the New Brave Browser – Compare to Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox

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FAQ Regarding the New Brave Browser – Compare to Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox

May 01
10:16 2019
FAQ Regarding the New Brave Browser - Compare to Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox

Our 10 computers at our company use the Brave Browser and love it. Average download speed is less than a second.
Our 10 computers at our company use the Brave Browser and love it. Average download speed is less than a second.

Will you support us? Visit: https://www.brave.com/cre436. A faster web browser. No ads. No tracking

Do I have to pay Brave to go ad-free?

No, Brave will always be free to use — you don’t need to pay to block ads and tracking.

We encourage you to support your favorite publishers with Brave Rewards, or get compensated for paying attention to Brave Ads, but these features are both completely voluntary. You can use one, the other, both, or neither.

Will Brave sell user data to advertisers?

We do not have access to identifiable user data. The anonymized aggregated ad campaign related data we do collect is used for accounting and reporting, but this data cannot be mapped back to devices or user identities of any kind.

Will Brave use the “Acceptable Ads” model?

Some have asked that when we do eventually allow select ads through, whether we will employ the “Acceptable Ads” model. There are two parts to that model, filter rules and business deals. Take a second first:

We do not use the business model of taking annual fees from advertisers to allow their ads (and trackers for confirmation) to pass unblocked. Our business model does not couple our ad and flat fee based revenue to which ads we block.

We do use some of the filter rules that are associated with “Acceptable Ads” to block known-bad domains and URL patterns; and to block and clean up after HTML-native ads.

How do you relieve concerns that you are spyware?

We use all-open source, and we welcome help in auditing our source and verifying our binaries on Debian Linux (verified binaries provably derive from a given version of open source).

Beyond this lower-level auditing, we will need partners to believe in our anonymous ad attribution and conversion confirmation system. More on this as we build it out in near-term milestones on the road to Brave 1.0.

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