Have you ever been annoyed by online newspaper paywalls?
Paywalls are a fact of life for newspapers; after all, they are a business that needs to make money. But some newspapers have recently put paywalls in place for online content that people have previously been able to read for free. For example, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal all have online paywalls for stories on their websites. Fortunately, there are ways to break down these walls.
A paywall is a common method online newspaper sites use to restrict access to certain parts or the whole content which encourages paid subscriptions. While I believe in supporting journalism, I also know how frustrating it is when you are suddenly reading a couple of articles on a particular topic and you get locked out – and it could be because your spouse used up the free articles on your IP address.
There is an easy way to bypass paywalls and easily read the full article.
You know where you’re just about to read an article and it suddenly gets blocked so you can’t read it at all?
Well, this method shows you how to bypass newspaper paywalls and read any content you want without nag screens. This works for sites like the Daily Mail, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Atlantic.
This is a quick method to get around any paywall in 30 seconds for free.
Paywalls are a fairly recent issue that’s being talked about a lot in the media, so it’s no surprise that you’ve perhaps run into one or two on your daily web browsing. A paywall is a way of blocking access to the content of a website unless you pay for access. Newspapers have recently been relying on the paywall model to increase their web traffic, because it means that people who may not normally pay for a subscription, are more likely to do so to read the articles they want. However, you may not want to pay for a subscription. You may only want to view a single article, or a few articles. For these reasons, we’re going to explore how to bypass newspaper paywalls.
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