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News Archives 4581-4600
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4581 Digital Economy Cock Up Act Delayed Until 2012 22/03/2011 15:23:35
4582 Cut War Not Public Services Demo 22/03/2011 15:26:23
4583 Demand GMO Food Labeling (Petition) 24/03/2011 14:13:11
4584 Hide Side Effect Reports And Investors Can Sue 24/03/2011 14:17:23
4585 New Report Faults Army in 2001 Anthrax Mailings 24/03/2011 14:19:06
4586 Northern Ireland death linked to swine flu vaccine 24/03/2011 14:20:59
4587 NVIC & Mercola.com show vaccines information on Times Square! 24/03/2011 14:23:36
4588 This house believes whistleblowers make the world a safer place 24/03/2011 14:26:09
4589 The National Health Federation Is Coming To Wales 28/03/2011 14:30:16
4590 WikiLeaks Revolution Spreads To The USA 28/03/2011 14:32:45
4591 Silencing WikiLeaks is the aim, smear the method 28/03/2011 14:40:55
4592 Appeal to keep Twitter data from WikiLeaks probe 28/03/2011 14:42:58
4593 Attacks on Vaccine Exemptions 28/03/2011 14:44:45
4594 Doctor: Swine Flu Vaccine Killed My Son 28/03/2011 14:46:39
4595 Cervical Cancer Prevention Vaccine Study 28/03/2011 14:50:09
4596 Very last chance for you to stop the harsh new UK ESA test 29/03/2011 13:17:17
4597 UK Census descends into 500 million farce 29/03/2011 13:25:26
4598 Truth, transparency and consequences 29/03/2011 13:28:40
4599 How To Hack The New York Times Paywall With Your Delete Key 29/03/2011 13:30:49
4600 Unacceptable Death Rates End Cloning Trials in New Zealand 29/03/2011 13:33:06

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How To Hack The New York Times Paywall With Your Delete Key
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How To Hack the New York Times Paywall … With Your Delete Key

by Lauren Indvik

28 March 2011

Frustrated by the idea of paying for what was once free, some New York Times readers have devised widely publicized methods for subverting its newly erected paywall. Their efforts, it turns out, may have been for naught.

While testing out the paywall Monday afternoon, Mashable readers Dmitry Beniaminov and Yuri Victor pointed out that it’s breathtakingly easy to subvert the paywall. Readers need only remove “?gwh=numbers” from the URL. They can also clear their browser caches, or switch browsers as soon as they see the subscription prompt. All three of these simple fixes will let them continue reading.

We were already aware that the Times doesn’t want to make it difficult for readers who want to access its content to be able to do so without paying — in addition to 20 free articles per month, readers can view 25 free articles per day through search, and an unlimited number via blogs and social networks. But we weren’t aware the Times wanted to make it quite that easy. Especially if, as rumors suggest, the Times paid $40 million to erect its paywall in the first place.

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