As soon as The New York Times first hit us with its paywall back in 2011, industrious little news fiends all over the Internet began looking for ways to get around it—and it didn't take long. One of the simplest and most bafflingly long-lasting holes in The Times' paywall simply required you to delete a few characters at the end of the URL and boom: you were free to gorge yourself on all the bootleg news you could keep down. Well, news hounds, those glory days are over; today and a full two years later, The Times is finally on it.
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