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Restricting access to Internet content via a paid subscription is often called a paywall. Newspapers started implementing paywalls on their websites in the mid-2010s to increase their revenue, which had been diminishing due to a decline in paid print readership and advertising revenue. Academic papers are often subject to a paywall, and available typically to researchers via academic libraries that subscribe.
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