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Back in 2001, before a single line of code had been typed for many of today’s most prominent online publications, The New Yorker launched its website and put up a paywall. After years of internal conversations about the matter, The New Yorker announced this week that it will do away with its current paywall and shift to a new metered model that will give readers access to a certain number of articles before the paywall kicks in.

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