The Washington Post has taken an interesting approach to GDPR: They literally put a price tag on privacy.

They give the reader the chance to either get a subscription _with_ tracking for $6 a month, or a tracking-free subscription for $9 a month.

That may feel weird, even unfair, at first, but I think it makes sense. They give people a chance to make a conscious decision to trade privacy for money.

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