Flattr is a micropayment and micro-donation system that enables its users to financially support their favorite content creators.
Users of Flattr are able to pay a small amount every month and click Flattr buttons on sites to share the money they paid among those sites.
Flattr was launched by Peter Sunde and Linus Olsson in March 2010. It is based in Malmo, Sweden.
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|Jun 21, 2016||Torrent Freak - Pirate Bay Co-Founder to Sue Record Labels For Defamation|
|Jun 6, 2016||EFF - Deeplinks - Newspapers’ Complaint to Consumer Agency Shouldn’t Lead to Bans on Privacy Software|
|Jun 5, 2016||Venture Beat - Flattr’s Peter Sunde seeks to end online media’s dependence on advertising|
|May 27, 2016||Venture Beat - The Pirate Bay cofounder on Facebook: ‘From a democracy standpoint, Mark Zuckerberg is a dictator’|
|May 26, 2016||Swedish Startup Space - Pirate Bay-founder Raises Seed Round From Creators Of Adblock Plus|
|May 24, 2016||EU Startups - Highlights from this year’s infoShare conference in Gdańsk|
|May 12, 2016||Marketing Land - Flattr Plus: Publisher savior or unwelcome benefactor?|
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