monetize YQL opentable

Hi forum,

I would like to monetize the requests to an opentable I created through a monthly subscription. Subscribers would receive a "subscription key" they would need to transmit in each of their yql requests or obfuscate it in an env file. This is good enough for server side languages like php... because the url of the env file or the subscription key are not made public. I'd like to offer the ability to subscribers to allow requests in javascript ( from the browser) though but I haven't found out a trick yet that would protect the subscribers from having their "subscription key" used by people who would rip the javascript code from the html source.
I think a yahoo guideline for monetizing yql "webservices" would help increasing yql adoption.
Thank you for any advice you could give me,


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