|Print version of the 'Daily Paywall'|
on sale in New York City
Is this right or wrong? Well, you decide. But, he (and I) "strongly believe that information must be free and knowledge accessible for everyone, especially if the material regards corrupted global economy and politics, because access to it would enhance democracy."
These financial publications have other means to grow readership and revenue, other than through the subscription model, such as other popular media employ like 'The Guardian' and 'VICE'.
Paolo Cirio describes just how he hacked the stubborn censorship paywalls and how he he structured his 'Daily Paywall' site to allow the hacked-article authors to get paid.
Interesting and intriguing stuff.
Now this from the Motherboard section of The New York Times written by Brian Merchant:
Behind the Daily Paywall: The Site that Pays You to Read Pirated Articles
The Daily Paywall is a new website that's loaded with tens of thousands of pirated articles from some of the world's top
paywalled newspapers, and its proprietor will pay you to read them.
"I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT INFORMATION MUST BE FREE AND KNOWLEDGE ACCESSIBLE FOR EVERYONE"
Resource Article: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/behind-the-daily-paywall-the-site-that-pays-you-to-read-pirated-articles