Posted: 26 Oct 2011 12:37 PM PDT
The New York Times and its international version called the International Herald Tribune, is one of the most visited news sites in the World, but visitors can only read 20 articles per month, after that they are asked to pay for a subscription.
Ways to bypass NYT.com paywall
About bypassing New York Times paywall
I do not condone stealing of digital content, the methods exposed here are all legal, the New York Times is well aware that there are loopholes into their paywall, in textual words of Eileen Murphy, a spokesman for the NYT, “We have designed our digital subscription policy with the idea that we want it to have a porous wall“.
The newspaper appears to believe that people will be too lazy to use the works around described here and loyal readers will pay for it, in addition, when you view the New York Times for free you are shown advertisements, they are getting some income out of it.
Tip: Never login into your NYT account when you read the newspaper, log out and erase all NYT cookies (cookie name nytimes.com), if you are logged in, the NYT will block any work around you use.
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