Is there any avenue through which Brave decision makers would reconsider the blocking of plausible.io scripts, at least when served as a subdomain?
Currently, as discussed previously in these forums, Brave automatically blocks Plausible. But among all of the trackers out there, Plausilble is arguably the least creepy of them all. See the numerous measures they take to ensure user privacy.
I think any impartial observer would agree that Google Analytics is a much more privacy-invasive tracking apparatus than Plausible, and Brave allows Google Analytics tracking. It seems possible to me that a Manager at Brave previously decided Plausible was just too small to be worth treating with the same respect as Google. I would appreciate if that choice could be reconsidered since, as a website owner, page view counts are a key element of how I can build pages that engage users. Brave also allows Fathom, a currently-inferior privacy-focused tracking app.
tl; dr if Google Analytics isn’t too privacy-invasive for Brave, then Plausible shouldn’t be either, and Brave should not block the Plausible script when served from a subdomain of the site.