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Well, who would have expected that a browser that markets itself with the the fact that it sells its user's attention, is doing weird stuff like placing affinity links on random people's websites?

davidgerard.co.uk/blockchain/2

If you are running brave, consider to go back to whatever browser you used before or try out a new one. There are enough browsers out there which display a website as it is, and don't randomly replace links.

@sheogorath this is not ok. I use brave whenever I need to use a "chrome-only" website (2020 and this shit still exists), but I don't like this behavior

@sheogorath Brave did a really great communications campaign. A lot of people talk about it, a lot of people advise it - in the mint article about mint 20, 5 people advise to install it :/

@sheogorath When all you need is only ublock origin on your favorite non-google browser Firefox/Vivaldi/opera/chromium

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