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Washington Post To Start Charging Its Online Frequent Readers A Fee
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Msg#: 4556408 posted 12:50 pm on Mar 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

Another newspaper site to shift to payment to view.

This summer, The Washington Post will start charging frequent users of its Web site, asking those who look at more than 20 articles or multimedia features a month to pay a fee, although the company has not decided how much it will charge.

The paper said, however, that it will exempt large parts of its audience from having to pay the fees. Its home-delivery subscribers will have free access to all of The Postís digital products, and students, teachers, school administrators, government employees and military personnel will have unlimited access to the Web site while in their schools and workplaces. Washington Post To Start Charging Its Online Frequent Readers A Fee [washingtonpost.com]

 

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Msg#: 4556408 posted 10:01 pm on Mar 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

What do you bet you can override this barrier by deleting a cookie? Wouldn't be the first time. The offline equivalent is trashing the prefs so the program thinks it has only just been installed.

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