The Canadian trial of the New York Times‘ paywall has some hackers getting creative: according to Mashable, the NYT asked Twitter to remove the @freeNYT account that posted links to every single article (referrals from Twitter and Facebook don’t count toward the 20-articles-free limit the paywall stipulates). Meanwhile, Nieman Journalism Lab has discovered a simple code that confuses the paywall. The question remains: how many people will pay for something they once got for free?
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