Users of the Washington Post website will be charged an unspecified fee this summer to read more than 20 articles or multimedia features per month. The daily announced plans today to go behind a metered paywall. Those exempt from the paywall include home subscribers and “students, teachers, school administrators, government employees and military personnel” who access the digital edition at school or at work.
Washington Post To Erect Summer Paywall
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