Roughly a week ago, Brave, the company behind the ablocking browser launched by Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich, announced that it was working on a way to replace Web ads with those from its own network and split revenues with sites and readers. But that isn’t going down well with publishers. 17 members of the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) have sent Brave a cease-and-desist notice over the new business model. The idea is that the Brave browser will strip out existing ads that may be tracking users and carrying malware, in order to protect your privacy. Brave will then fill…

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