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Are you paying WSJ to read that story?

While the Wall Street Journal charges for access to much of its content – it is pretty easy to get around the pay wall to read your story of choice. Salon outlines how simple it is to get to the WSJ’s content – including a simple Google News search, to a Firefox add-on that helps you exploit the paper’s relationship with Digg. Salon: “The Journal no longer really has a pay wall. It’s a pay curtain, useless and flimsy, and you’re committing no transgression in dancing around it.”

Update: Salon — not Slate

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