https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chromeThis is the Github page. I use the Mozilla version.
Please remove if this is in violation of sub rules.
This is why I read FT and WSJ. They say the quiet part out loud cause they're for rich people who need a different kind of manufactured consent.
There was a tumblr meme recently about putting a finance person in charge of a journal like NYT, someone who wouldn't lie or act ignorant whenever some problem is caused by financial interests. That's often just what FT is.
Use the extension "paywall bypass" on github. https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Here's an extension that you can use to completely bypass paywalls. If you're a daily reader then a monthly subscription fee wouldn't be a big deal but if you're like the rest of use and only visit WP a few times here and there then 15 dollars a week is definitely a bit much
It's still up: https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/jordan-shanks-labor-members-express-concern-over-their-leader-getting-too-close-to-comic/news-story/abf3720d6c112dec0405439b2313e6b1
You can use this or this if you need it
If you're using Firefox or Chrome, there's a great extension called Bypass Paywalls that works for NYT and a lot of other sites.
Every time you click on a link to a supported site, it automatically clears any cookies for it and sets your browser's user-agent to look like a Google bot.
And if you do have a paid subscription to one of the sites, you can tell the extension to ignore that site so it'll operate normally.
The only caveat is that it only works on soft paywalls (sites that let you access a certain amount of articles per month); if it's a site that always requires you to log in before accessing the articles, it won't work.
Here, enjoy a browser extension that allows you to bypass news paywalls.
Minor note, the Firefox variant is easier to install for less tech-y people.
For ya'll stuck behind the paywall... https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bypass-paywalls-firefox/
There's a Chrome version on Github as well: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Anyone hitting a paywall on the article,
As Apone would say, "Hudson, Run a bypass!"
Works on Chrome, Edge and Firefox.
for future reference, this addon/extension will bypass some paywalls, works on firefox/chrome, and you can make requests for large or major sites. next time you'll be able to check if there's something worth paying for
Archbishop of York comes out as gammon
Archive link | Bypass Paywalls extension for Chrome/Edge/Firefox
Also advocates for English devolution, but I'd personally argue that to truly unite the country we need to roll back devolution and think of ourselves as one nation.
^^ ^^ ^^
Never deal with a paywall again - I use firefox as my primary browser and have this installed in chrome; hit paywall ... bypass paywall.
The day Helen Joyce stops working at the Economist is the day I will resume my subscription. It's so annoying being unable to support them when they have such great articles otherwise.
Also: Use Bypass Paywalls if you can't be bothered to do all that stuff. As a bonus, it also works for WSJ and a bunch of other sites.
If anyone uses a computer and Chrome, this extension will bypass paywalls. It doesn't work on The Times, sadly, but it does most others like FT.
Posted this down deeper in the thread, but going to piggy back on this comment.
Here are some open source browser extensions that allow you to bypass the paywalls on news articles.
There's a better way, the bypass paywalls extension. For Chrome and Edge there are installation instructions on that page. For Firefox you can get it directly from the Firefox add-ons store. It works on many sites including the Japan Times.
well shit, didn't even know it was paywalled. no idea about other sources, but this should take care of the problem.
you could also go to town after pressing F12 and remove elements to read the article, but I don't know the exact method.
Уз то, препоручујем чланак који је о њему написао колега и некадашњи пријатељ. Врло леп увид у човека лично.
Иза пејвола је али имате добар ад-он за те ствари.
I feel a bit out of the loop on LTNs. This helped:
I see what you mean about the language:
> I propose that whenever the trial period for each scheme ends, a referendum should be held. Only that way can we see if it really is just a “vocal minority” opposed, as is constantly claimed. Now that’s what I call the will of the people.
What would the constituency be for such a referendum? Just the street involved or the entire city? Whatever you choose looks like it would decide the result.
By the way, use the bypass-paywalls extension if you want to read the hate sheets:
(chrome, edge, firefox)
btw, just to add to the thread, there is this extension called Bypass Paywalls for Chrome and Firefox. Another thing you may try is to paste the link into https://outline.com
I'm not sure about the success rate of either of those methods, though
There's also bypass paywalls which will work on FF or Chrome. (GitHub link)
Use it on your non-standard browser if you're worried about it's privacy.
In case any of you has troubles accessing Medium due to their limited premium articles, either use incognito or try this extension which will help you bypass paywalls:
The National starting to do a subscription wall is just LOL considering they're lucky if they have like 7000 subs.
Think someone else posted it already, but as a side issue if anyone wants a way past some of these
> Missouri cut off payments as of June 12, joining three other states as the first to do so. Seven states followed with an end on June 19, and this weekend, benefits are expiring in 10 more states. Four more states will curtail benefits by July 10.
> The number of workers paid benefits through regular state programs fell 13.8% by the week ended June 12 from mid-May—when many governors announced changes—in states saying that benefits would end in June, according to an analysis by Jefferies LLC economists. That compares with a 10% decline in states ending benefits in July, and a 5.7% decrease in states ending benefits in September. Workers on state programs would lose the $300 weekly federal enhancement but could continuing receiving the state benefits.
> Jefferies also found somewhat larger decreases in the number of people receiving benefits through pandemic programs in states curtailing benefits, though the data lags behind by an additional week. In many cases, those recipients will be cut off entirely when their state ends participation in the federal programs.
> “You’re starting to see a response to these programs ending,” said Aneta Markowska, Jefferies’ chief financial economist. In recent months “employers were having to compete with the government handing out money, and that makes it very hard to attract workers.”
The U.S. can double aid to Israel and still severely hurt Israel by simply refusing to block U.N. security council resolutions concerning Israel.
Don't take it from me -- take it from the former head of the Mossad, head of IDF intel, and former Israeli National Security Advisor:
Without U.S. diplomatic support in the UN Security Council and other international forums, Israel would have been the subject of comprehensive international sanctions years ago, including sanctions relating to its strategic capabilities 
If the paywall is an issue, here you go.
> It can be summed up very simply: Ireland can no longer be governed from the right.
It's a paywalled article, so this browser extension was helpful to read it.
I installed this unofficial Chrome Extension that gets around the Seeking Alpha Paywall articles (as well as other sites). That might be enough for you.
Link to extension: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Edit: if you use Firefox, it is even easier, as the Firefox extension store already includes this add-on.
Yes he absolutely did. He thought it was a problem. I’m surprised nobody has posted this. https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/bogle-sounds-a-warning-on-index-funds-1543504551. Use this to read it … https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome.
I'll be back at my pc in a couple of hours and will copy and paste the articles in a reply, this extension works very well on the FT and a few others though:
No chrome também! Infelizmente Público e Expresso não consigo mesmo com alguns paywalls blockers que tenho para outra imprensa internacional. Que já agora, deixo também aqui: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Military aid doesn't matter as much as U.S. diplomatic support for Israel. Over the past five decades, the United States has vetoed at least 53 UN Security Council resolutions critical of Israel. 
Without U.S. diplomatic support in the UN Security Council and other international forums, Israel would have been the subject of comprehensive international sanctions years ago, including sanctions relating to its strategic capabilities 
If the paywall is an issue, here's an extension.
There's a soft paywall on that article which can be gotten around with this actively developed open source extension for Chrome and Firefox. Highly recommended.
This is documented and researched. However, the relationship between the immune system and mental health is pretty overlooked. I'd suggest you read this article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/29/opinion/sunday/schizophrenia-psychiatric-disorders-immune-system.html
It talks a lot about the interaction between the immune system and mental health. It also has some starting points if you want to read further.
It's also behind a paywall. If you're having issues with that, this extension worked for me: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
This should work, at least seems to be working for me.
(Note it's called "Bypass Paywalls Chrome" but it's also available for Firefox, that's just the name as far as I can tell)
In Italy (paywalled)
>Almost half of the people who turned to Caritas — the charitable arm of the Italian Bishops’ Conference — between May and September did so for the first time.
Need this plug in to read, I use FF ... but it supports Chrome as well
adam's version is basically copying commits from magnolia as well as including google analytics tracking according to the manifest.json
I disagree. It is usually easy to bypass the paywalls. My first line of defense is uBlock origin and
if that doesn't work I either use firefox reader mode, pull up inspect element and delete the paywall modal, or paste the link into archive.is.
You can easily make your own by going to archive.is and pasting the link. Here's the snapshot for this article
Also, if you're using Chrome or Firefox (not on a phone) there's an extension you can use to bypass NYT firewalls, and it works on many other sites as well
You can install extension for it,
It will bypass all the paywalls of major websites and let you view the news for free
For the record, if you are using a desktop and want to bypass the pesky paywall:
Bypass Paywalls Clean for Firefox
Bypass Paywalls Clean for Chrome
Not much use from a mod point of view, but folks can use this: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Removes paywalls from most major news sites. Does some Irish sites, doesn't do others.
it's current year and you still can't manage to work out how to bypass paywalls? do you complain about how obtrusive advertisements are as well, as if adblock doesn't exist? https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
I've found two ways of dealing with paywalls.
The first is the Bypass Paywalls extension for Firefox and Chrome. This works pretty well with the more popular news sites.
The second is to use archive.ph (seems to be the same as archive.is). First try entering the URL of the paywalled site into the search box at the bottom. Every one I've searched for has already been archived.
Leaving this here for desktop users: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Pretty sure it still works on NJ.com. I know it use to, but I honestly have avoided them like the plague as of recently.
If you're on a chromium browser you can use this. There's probably a firefox equivalent too.
I personally have no problem with the ethicality, as I couldn't otherwise afford to be a subscriber - and any knowledge gained could be a net benefit for society yadda yadda
There's an extension that'll bypass paywalls in most browsers:
Google Chrome / Microsoft Edge (Custom sites supported)
Download this repo as a ZIP file from GitHub.
Unzip the file and you should have a folder named bypass-paywalls-chrome-master.
In Chrome/Edge go to the extensions page (chrome://extensions or edge://extensions).
Enable Developer Mode.
Drag the bypass-paywalls-chrome-master folder anywhere on the page to import it (do not delete the folder afterwards).
Mozilla Firefox (Custom sites not supported)
Bypass the following sites' paywalls with this extension:
The Age (theage.com.au)
Baltimore Sun (baltimoresun.com)
Crain's Chicago Business (chicagobusiness.com)
Chicago Tribune (chicagotribune.com)
Corriere Della Sera (corriere.it)
Daily Press (dailypress.com)
Dagens Nyheter (dn.se)
Denver Post (denverpost.com)
The Economist (economist.com)
Financial Times (ft.com)
Haaretz (haaretz.co.il / haaretz.com)
Hartford Courant (courant.com)
Harvard Business Review (hbr.org)
Het Financieele Dagblad (fd.nl)
Le Temps (letemps.ch)
Los Angeles Times (latimes.com)
MIT Technology Review (technologyreview.com)
Nikkei Asian Review (asia.nikkei.com)
The Boston Globe (bostonglobe.com)
The Mercury News (mercurynews.com)
The Morning Call (mcall.com)
The Nation (thenation.com)
The New York Times (nytimes.com)
The New Yorker (newyorker.com)
The Seattle Times (seattletimes.com)
The Sydney Morning Herald (smh.com.au)
The Washington Post (washingtonpost.com)
The Wall Street Journal (wsj.com)
Try uBlock Origin extension + paywall bypass extension
If you're on Android, then Firefox mobile app supports all extensions (meaning the above will work too). But if you're on iOS, then I can't help you.
Here is the best "teach a person to fish" answer: just google "how to bypass paywalls".
https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome - this is a great paywall bypass plugin, also incognito mode works sometimes (or just a different browser), and outline.com also sometimes works, although not for heavy hitters like FT, WSJ, NYT
Hopefully this helps someone.
Archive link https://archive.ph/iIaHH
For future reference,
This extension will bypass a lot of paywall sites.
This extension submits the current page to archive.is and returns the archive if it already exists or otherwise adds it to the archive queue. It's pretty quick most of the time.
These two should cover pretty much every paid news site.
Bypass paywall extension for Firefox and Chrome. Download the folder then place in the extensions section (at least on Chrome). Free Australian/Courier Mail/Herald yada yada Murdoch, I presume SMH and Age as well. Has a bunch of other newspapers too.
Not my work but useful to get around the paywalls. https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome/blob/master/README.md
PSA: anytime you find an article behind a paywall, and you want to look at it or show it to others who might not have access, there are several ways around the restriction
how to share the content with others:
go to archive.is
copy/paste the web address in the little window
click the 'SAVE' box
it spits out a web address after a minute where the page is archived and anyone can read it
post the web address of the archived site where you want to share it (the way you see up at the top of this post); this example of an article on the headline of this post is not behind a paywall, but the principle is the same. Click on the headline of this post and you'll see.
first way to jump over the turnstile yourself:
Get a browser plugin that disables java-script, like this one:
or this one:
here's another way to jump over the turnstile:
(but disabling all of java can make regular net usage unhandy)
here's a third way to jump over the turnstile:
add a period after the “com” or “org” or whatever and it usually does the trick
sometimes you can right click and open in private/incognito
you can also install https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
h/t: u/BeccaBeccaboBecca1 , u/Actual__Wizard ; u/trolltollyall ; u/suzietime ; u/shillyshally ; u/richardsaganIII
Source code (https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome/releases) on github is public and downloadable mate (basically anybody who knows their stuff can see exactly what the program is doing) - you can see the star rating up top right too!
If concerned and you know a developer get them to look it over. I use this myself though to bypass AFR/Australian/SMH/bloomberg
dont know if he pays or not, but there is bypass-paywalls for chrome, edge and firefox that bypasses alot of new site's paywalls that is pretty useful
For those behind the wall, this or something similar comes in handy. https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Not as handy as I am behind your local Wendy's, but handy nonetheless.
True, and you should take a look at this
Click on this and follow the instructions to install a chrome extension that bypasses most paywalls, and if you are on mobile and install KiwiBrowser it allows you to use chrome extensions on mobile.
También está el complemento Bypass paywalls para Chrome y Firefox que te deja leer en casi todas las pag de noticias (y funciona con la tercera).
Take a look into this chrome extension, it will let you read pretty much any paywalled news site there is for free. Works on NZ Herald, New York Times, Washington Post, etc etc. All the ones you've heard of.
By the way guys do you need a way to read unlocked articles on various websites where they have free article limits like WSJ, NYT, medium etc.... then see below link to bypass paywall for 100’s of sites.
FT, WSJ, Bloomberg, Politico EU, dan Nikkei Asia
Saya pake baypass firewall jadi ketika buka situsnya ilang tembok paywall nya huehuehue monggo
The lawnet piece is from the 70s, when the question was still less settled. Consensus today is, it’s not an admission of guilt.
A present, in return for a lovely conversation: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
I use this Chrome extension to bypass most paywalls. I believe it works with Microsoft Edge, too. I just went to Esquire.com and didn't encounter any paywall.
Here, use this instead. This will identify your browser as a google bot when you browse the news websites listed on the site, allowing you to bypass the paywalls.
I can do you one better
Just download it as a zip, unzip it and drag it into chrome://extensions/
> Is this something unusual?
America is exceptional.
> can't read full article btw
https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-firefox or https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome work great for bypassing paywalls.
> Remember; people are writing those articles. They need money somehow.
No to cars! Remember; people are making those horseshoes. They need money somehow.
No to digital cameras! Remember; people are developing that film. They need money somehow.
No to Netflix! Remember; people are operating those blockbusters. They need money somehow.
I'm sorry, it sucks to be part of a declining/dying industry, it really does. But the reality is technological innovation exists, industries change and sometimes even die.
> so they do a paywall instead.
They don't though. What they do is they utilize Google to generate traffic by making it free for a couple of articles. The traffic from Google dramatically increases what they are able to charge for ads.
They then utilize my computer (using cookies) to then block me from viewing their content while it's still accessible for free for anyone else. That's a shitty model. It's based on me accepting that I have to voluntarily pay for something that's free for others.
> Give information on bypassing the Paywall
Install this Chrome plugin to bypass paywalls
For Chrome I use this. You'll have to manually install it which you can do by following these steps.
To read the Financial Times article "Record fundraising by a nuclear fusion start-up", one option is the bypass paywalls browser extension.
I used to use that one but it hasn't been updated in over a year and has stopped working on some sites. I switched over to this one: Chrome/Firefox/Edge - it seems to be pretty well maintained.
Only pain is having to install it outside of the Chrome/Firefox extension store.
In desktop Firefox and Chrome you can use the great Bypass Paywalls extension.
On your phone you can likely click on the "show reader view" or "reader mode" option and it will remove the pop-over and give you the text.
For you to not want to do that stuff, fine. There is no reason for you to think that others want to wait for you to ask and someone else to answer instead of taking 10 seconds to change an option that will help them in the future. And what do you do when no one answers?
If you want to try this and are on desktop, here is a good addon that gets by lots of paywalls.
Firefox link can be found in the read.me text
I use this extension to get past the paywalls, works on both desktop and any mobile browser that supports extensions (e.g. Kiwi Browser). Works on all Australian news sites and most international ones too, and you don't have to do anything except just have it installed and forget it exists.
This sub has rules regarding original source, OP would have had to link the original article either way, the Yahoo one would get taken down.
And on this note: use the Bypass Paywalls extension available for Firefox, Chrome, and Edge, you can customize it to automatically bypass paywalled websites individually. Works perfectly with Bloomberg.
Looks like there's a paywall. Try these :
There is an addon for google chrome , edge and firefox called bypass paywalls by adam . You have to get it on github (not those addon shops) and run your browser in developer mode, but it works to remove the paywall for NYT WaPo and WSJ.
I do not, one day I will! Not in the financial position to do so yet.
I've been using the Bypass Paywalls browser extension to access them. Along with clearing cookies.
Bypass Paywalls for Chrome
Bypass Paywalls for Firefox
Uploaded the article as a .PDF to my google drive if you don't wanna give them any views
Oh really? My bad, for some reason I can read the full article on my phone no issue.
On my laptop, I just use the extension below, and it can bypass most online journals of this sort. If anyone is interested:
There's a bypass paywalls extension you may be interested in.
I read the article, and you're spot on. Also, TSLA is going to just be 1.7% of the S&P 500, so it's not like it's going to magically drag all the index funds upwards a tremendous degree.
If you're on desktop, this addon will bypass 70+ of the most popular news sites with paywalls for Firefox and chrome. Installation is a little more complicated on Chrome, Firefox is as easy as clicking the link then clicking add anyways. (It is a blocked official addon because If bypasses websites so that's what the warning is about) If you're on an older version of Firefox on Android it works on there too (at the moment they changed the browser in the latest versions and only 20 select add-ons work for now)
There's not much to it.
Btw there's a chrome/firefox extension that lets you view the news on most sites without being a subscriber, it identifies your PC as google to that site. Here it is.
A man has been shot during an incident in Broadmeadows this afternoon.
Ambulance Victoria confirmed paramedics were called to the shooting about 1.55pm.
A man, believed to be in his 20s, was assessed at the scene.
He was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition.
Victoria Police Leading Senior Constable Rohan Imms said police were called to Camp Road after reports a man had been shot in the leg.
Always interesting when the institutions chime in on the conversation. (IMF people in this case)
>Because programmable digital assets exhibit high velocity, potentially exceeding that of traditional money in some jurisdictions.
I like this way of describing crypto currency as high-velocity. I think yEth vault is a good example of that.
> The ability to monitor collateral-chain leverage should appeal to risk managers and regulators alike.
Good point on the visibility of defi.
The desire to have crypto seen as securities is pretty much what no one in the space wants though as its a massive headache and would probably make a lot of the innovations illegal. Its in the old institutions interests to hide behind the gates of regulation and keep the gains for themselves.
> the volumes are no longer small. Mainstream institutions are taking notice.
yep! but lets hope they're too late and decentralization wins out.
( paywalls can be bypassed with https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome )
Here's a script to read every paywall site for free. Including the majors like FT, WSJ, Bloomberg.
Lately I’ve been trying to just ignore the news, it’s rarely serves me any purpose other than inducing stress. When I do read I tend to go to Financial Times, The Economist, and WSJ.
I use this handy plugin.
I personally prefer to use this extension on either Firefox or any Chrome-based web browser instead: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome/releases
It works wonders for me, so far.
A little off-topic, but I recommend the "Bypass Paywalls" extension for sites like these :)
(It says Chrome, but it works for Firefox as well.)
Install the "Bypass-Paywall" extension for chrome, Firefox, and Edge.
Works for The New York Times.
Try this firefox plugin
It adds an extra button to your firefox that will
Load the Archived version of the page in a new tab
Create an Archived version if it doesn't exist.
Makes browsing a lot smoother for paywall sites that don't work with the Bypass Paywall extension
Im not subscribe actually, I just use a web extention on firefox to bypass the paywall automatically https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome/blob/master/README.md
I also made that web archive link since not everyone have them. Hope that helps
I actually use this addon to Firefox and chrome
It bypasses paywalls on most sites including newsroom and nz herald 😂😂😂
Bypass Paywalls for Firefox or Chrome: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome/blob/master/README.md
Been using it for years.
Thanks for that.
It doesn't work on https://www.thetimes.co.uk
But then again neither does https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome
Not that it matters as it's Murdoch's most poisonous organ, but it has an effective paywall.
I use the Bypass Paywalls plugin for Chrome and Firefox. Works a treat, never even notice paywalls on most sites now.
Tagging /u/nealius as well.
I got a present for you! Works extremely well for most news sites.
Everything you say seems reasonable and accurate.
I just want better from/for people and earnestly believe advertising (manipulating people) is a type of moral wrong.
Nah, doesn't work for HS, just The Age. There's plugins you can run though:
For Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bypass-paywalls-clean/
For Chrome: https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome