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Digg teams with the… Wall Street Journal

No, News Corp. hasn’t snapped up Digg, but the social networking site has a new alliance with the (for now) pay-to-read WSJ.com. From Digg the Blog:

The Wall Street Journal Online is adding Digg buttons across the entire site, and you’ll now have full (free) access to the articles submitted to Digg. The Digg buttons have started appearing on WSJ.com articles tonight.

A Digg PR rep. added this note at News.com: “You’ll notice that it is the only button on their site.”

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