Guardian article about Ello share by @gannet.
> Berger told the Guardian that the plan was to roll out a system where users pay
> to add features – including, he said, privacy features – at some point in the
> future. “Privacy comes at a cost,” he said, “and some of our enhanced privacy
> features will come with fees.”
Pay-for-privacy gives me pause. I'm not sure I want to pay extra for a core requirement of online safety. I'll wait and see how this works out.