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24 Jan, 2010 05:35

Opening wallets to read newspapers online?

For years, web users have enjoyed the luxury of free access to the world's newspaper sites. However, these happy times might be coming to an end for readers of the New York Times.

The newspaper believes you cannot have something for nothing and is about to start charging its internet readers to boost its flagging income.

Lori “The Resident” Harfenist asks the people of New York whether they are ready to open their pockets for the internet.