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Should Digital Paywalls Get in the Way of Accurate and Reliable News?

In today’s modern times, many people, especially those in younger generations, are used to getting digital content for free. Reliable news publications like The New York Times often put paywalls up on their website, which means people can’t read articles unless they are paying subscribers. Our business reporter Diane Moca interviews CEO of Bureau Gravity, Jimi Allen, about whether or not trustworthy news sources should have paywalls.

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