Read the Washington Post for Free While You Still Can

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Because like most major papers, its content will soon be locked behind a paywall. The Post's newspaper division reported a 14 percent decline in revenue in the first nine months of the year, and according to The Wall Street Journal it's planning to increase newsstand prices and introduce a metered paywall, which allows readers to view a limited number of articles for free before requiring a subscription. The new prices are expected to be rolled out no earlier than summer 2013, at which point unscrupulous news junkies definitely won't figure out a way to get around the paywall.