You aren't even denying that Brave was secretly rewriting links to insert affiliate information - you simply claim that this is "not a trust issue" and "common practice".

Well, it is not "common practice". What other browser rewrites links to insert affiliate information so they can make money?

Of course it's a "trust issue" when your browser secretly rewrites links in a page you requested in order to make the browser company money!

"Utter nonsense", "utter BS", "Someone paying you to write this?" - the barrage of insults is not a substitute for arguments and reasoning, and diminishes your case.

You can do better.

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