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If Paid Browsers Are The Future Firefox Could Be Cheaper Than Chrome


According to Digital Trends, the future of the internet may lie in premium web-browsing services. Google’s recent decision to block ad-blockers in Chrome was seen as a definite indicator of an overall push for “pay-for-play” web browsing. The move to eliminate ad-blockers in Chrome is an obvious attempt to encourage free Chrome users to upgrade to the highest level of G Suite premium services. Mozilla could be joining the premium browsing trend too but using a different strategy. Instead of prohibiting ad-blockers to increase subscriptions, Mozilla is reportedly planning to offer some additional features to be included with its future premium browsing services.

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