Tynt bietet Websitebetreibern die Möglichkeit, Copy&Paste zu tracken und die eigenen Nutzer zu nerven. John Gruber:
I presume Tynt has plans to eventually insert ads into copied text, but as far as I’ve seen, they aren’t doing so yet. I have no idea what TechCrunch or The New Yorker think they’re getting out of this service. They’re burning some measure of goodwill from their readers in exchange for URL tracking analytics from Tynt identifiers that most people, I bet, delete as soon as they see them after pasting.