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 No.833

I used to go in incognito, but now wapo, NYT, etc, aren't allowing that. How do you do it?
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 No.834

I don't read imperialist propaganda.
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 No.836

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The newyork times has a paywal on their clearnet site, but, if you use the onion there is no pay wall. That's one way I get around their paywall bullshit. Also, having ublock helps; Some times pay walls get blocked by ad-blockers inadvertently. Some times you can even just stop the webpage download and it will load the text but not the wall.
umatrix also helps as you can disable JS which is what most of that nonsense rruns off of anyways.
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 No.839

>>833
Sometimes if you set your useragent to googlebot they disable paywalls.
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 No.841

On anything Chromium based, click on the lock near the URL, then on the gear (site settings/permissions) then find Javascript entry in the list and select Block from the drop down menu. No need for any add-ons and such.

In Firefox type about:config, search for Javascript, toggle javascript.enable false.

Of course this will only leave you with textual information only. Any maps/videos will not be accessible.

There are some tricky websites that won't show you any content if you disable JS tho. Accessing them through archive.is or whatever might help.
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 No.842

>>841
Bro just use Umatrix, LOL
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 No.866

>>833
https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-firefox

works for those you mentioned and many other, e. g. ft,…
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 No.932

>>866
This is what I use, works well. Just make sure you enable bypassing after you install it, by default all the sites are unchecked.

For sites not supported by Bypass Paywalls I have a trick I use in firefox: press F9 to go into Reader View and you'll usually get the full article provided it was displayed before the paywall popup. I think this is a faster method to bypass JS vs. the proper way >>841 mentioned.
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 No.963

archive.is, generally.
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 No.1097

outline.com
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 No.1341

>>834
This. I don't bother reading mass media, I am happier that way and honestly I feel more in touch with reality than most "informed" people.
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 No.1611

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>>839
Can you do that via manipulating the URL or html code?
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 No.1612

>>1561

This. Works like a charm
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 No.1783

>>833
Sometimes adding a full stop at the end of the URL works.
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 No.1786

>>836
>Some times you can even just stop the webpage download and it will load the text but not the wall.
On such sites you also use the "inspect element" tool of your browser to remove the paywall HTML nodes.
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 No.7880

>>963
>>1097
these and waybackmachine + google cache
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 No.7883

>>963
A nice thing about the archive.is solution is that you can share the link with other people, and then discuss a given article without explaining to everybody how to bypass paywalls.
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 No.8289

>>833
emacs (elfeed) rss reader mao
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 No.8290

>I used to go in incognito

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