Welcome to this week’s BAT Community Update! Thank you to u/murphD for his contributions!Brave’s Concerns with the Client-Hints Proposal
One of Brave’s main goals is to improve privacy on the Web, so that everyone can enjoy and interact with the Web while protecting their personal information.
The primary way Brave does this is by building a wide array of privacy protections that are on by default into our browsers, across all of our supported platforms.
A second way Brave works to improve privacy on the Web is through Web standards. For example, Brave advocates for privacy on several W3C committees, most significantly of which (for privacy) is PING, the Privacy Interest Group. As part of PING, Brave works to ensure that new Web standards don’t introduce new privacy risks, to Brave users or Web users in general.
This post discusses a new proposed Web standard, Client Hints, and why Brave is concerned that it harms Web privacy.
Read the full post here: https://brave.com/brave-and-client-hints/Notice: An update on Brave Rewards UI
Thanks for using Brave Rewards! At the end of every month, we have a claim process to make sure you are sent BAT for enabling Ads.
It has come to our attention that due to a timing difference our UI made some of you anxious that BAT were taken away. We want to assure you that this was not the case as the bug only affects the browser-side display of estimated value, not the real earnings you will receive. Any value that was deducted will appear automatically next cycle as part of next month’s claim process – and we’re fixing our UI accordingly.
Read the full bulletin here: https://community.brave.com/t/notice-an-update-on-brave-rewards-ui/59181GROWTH: Brave reaches 1.95M DAU as of beginning of May, 6.178M MAU as of end of April
https://mobile.twitter.com/BrendanEich/status/1126344850104696833BRAVE ADS: Brendan Eich (CEO) confirms over 1300 advertisers are on t...