Boutique browsers try to scratch out a living by finding a niche underserved by the usual suspects. Brave is one of those browsers. Brave has gotten more attention than most alternate browsers, partly because a co founder was one of those who kick started Mozilla Firefox, partly because of its very unusual — some say parasitical — business model. That model, which relies on stripping every site of every ad, then substituting different ads, came under attack almost immediately from publishers...

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