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Ars Technica offering Pro subscription with no tracking code

LincLinc BardDetroit, MI Icrontian
edited 6 Mar in Internet & Media

Ars Pro: Now free of tracking scripts for subscribers

I wasn't aware they even had a $25/yr ad-free subscription, but with the addition of all tracking code removal, this is a steal. If Icrontic was still in the content business, this is definitely the sort of model that I think works best right now. The web is broken with the current bottomless pit of Javascript running on most sites and it's important to get behind efforts like this. Subscribed.

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Comments

  • AlexDeGruvenAlexDeGruven Not as tall as Bobby Tallbeer. Twilight Sparkle is overrated. Meechigan Icrontian

    This is cool. I went with Pro++ because why not? I spend a lot more than $4.25/month on stuff that matters a lot less. Plus, free YubiKey.

  • GHoosdumGHoosdum Icrontian

    Out of the corner of my eye, I read this as "Ars Technica offering Prostitution with no tracking code"

    But as far as the actual topic, I agree that the business model is better than most alternatives.

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