I really like Brave and the work you are doing.
However, in your rush to develop your privacy & ad features you’ve forgotten a most important issue - who’s looking out for the kids? How is Brave making life better for Parents and or safer for Kids?
When you bundle Tor with Brave it makes it impossible to enforce a Family Safe Internet environment, at home, at school, at work…without blocking Brave.
Also, I’ve seen some of your windows registry hacks to disable Tor - this will not suffice. Any solution that requires installing anything is not going to work.
Please consider a DNS type solution that when Brave is unable to contact let’s say tor.brave.com then the Tor feature is not available.
Note that I use Tor myself from time to time and I recognize it’s value. I’m not talking about blocking Tor outright, but putting barriers in the path of users accessing it. Kids do not care about Tor - unless it’s right under their noses begging to be clicked like it is in Brave.
I develop Internet security routers for families / schools and I would be happy to test this for you.