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I am willing to consider paying for Better Web with Scroll, but while Firefox says that it has partnered with "dozens" of organizations, it does not list most of them. I do not use any of the services it does list, so my subscription would not go to any organizations at all if this is a comprehensive list. Is there any list of all the organizations it has partnered with? Will this list be available on an ongoing basis to ensure transparency? Will organizations be able to sign up freely?

This is really just a paid version of Brave, and Better Web would need to demonstrate that it has distinct advantages over that browser to make it truly worthwhile. So far, they have not done a great job of demonstrating that they have those advantages. I am ready to be convinced, because I trust and respect Mozilla, but have not been yet.

I am willing to consider paying for Better Web with Scroll, but while Firefox says that it has partnered with "dozens" of organizations, it does not list most of them. I do not use any of the services it does list, so my subscription would not go to any organizations at all if this is a comprehensive list. Is there any list of all the organizations it has partnered with? Will this list be available on an ongoing basis to ensure transparency? Will organizations be able to sign up freely? This is really just a paid version of Brave, and Better Web would need to demonstrate that it has distinct advantages over that browser to make it truly worthwhile. So far, they have not done a great job of demonstrating that they have those advantages. I am ready to be convinced, because I trust and respect Mozilla, but have not been yet.

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Hi Reid

You can see a list of Scroll's partner sites at https://scroll.com/sites and this is a list that they look to add more to over time.

This is a very different offering to the other browser that you mentioned as most of the contribution goes to the content providers so that they can continue to provide more great content.

You may find this external article useful in explaining more about Firefox Better Web with Scroll and how it works: https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/24/21192048/firefox-better-web-scroll-subscription-ad-tracker-blocker-publisher-payment

I hope this helps.

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Hi Reid

You can see a list of Scroll's partner sites at https://scroll.com/sites and this is a list that they look to add more to over time.

This is a very different offering to the other browser that you mentioned as most of the contribution goes to the content providers so that they can continue to provide more great content.

You may find this external article useful in explaining more about Firefox Better Web with Scroll and how it works: https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/24/21192048/firefox-better-web-scroll-subscription-ad-tracker-blocker-publisher-payment

I hope this helps.