Flattr's Peter Sunde wants to put an end to online media’s dependence on advertising

Whether it’s ads or ad blockers, publishers continue to struggle with monetising online. tech.eu spoke with Flattr Plus (and The Pirate Bay) co-founder Peter Sunde at TNW Europe to find out about their proposed solution.
Flattr's Peter Sunde wants to put an end to online media’s dependence on advertising

Online publishers are in a constant tussle with the ever-changing face of the web, particularly when it comes to monetising content and reliance on advertising.

Peter Sunde, a co-founder of The Pirate Bay, is now one of the co-founders of Sweden-based Flattr, a service that allows web users to donate money to content creators online.

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