New York Times Paywall Loophole Now Located in Starbucks

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The New York Times may have closed off the best ways to get around paying for its content, but there is a new option: Starbucks customers can now read fifteen free articles per day using the coffee giant's digital network, a favorite of the underemployed and those in need of a public bathroom. The fine print states that the free reading only applies to three articles from five designated sections, but if you're this dedicated to not paying for news, you probably don't need the whole paper anyway.