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Mozilla combines tracker blocking with paid, ad-free browsing

Remaining 365 days, Mozilla partnered with Scroll — a subscription supplier that allows ad-free having a stare of its associate publications — to evaluation if a take away neighborhood of customers most traditional paying a shrimp price in connect aside of dwelling of being served adverts, and if the method was worth-efficient for the publications. After seeing promising outcomes, the two firms win launched the Firefox Higher Net with Scroll beta program. The identify is a mouthful, nevertheless really, it combines Firefox’s tracker-blocking expertise with Scroll’s ad-free experiences on any browser. Customers can determine in and pay an introductory price of $2.49 for the supplier, which lets them learn publications cherish The Atlantic, The Onion and USA At the present time, add-free. The publications, in the meantime, win half of the earnings that Scroll makes from the subscription prices.

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