WTF Financial Times ?! [Annoying practices]

I came across an article I wanted to read on the UK Financial Times web site, and came across a warning saying that if I wanted to read the rest of the article, I would need to subscribe first:

Already the victim of endless spam in my mailbox, I decide to take a different route.  I copied and pasted the headline in Google search, and lo and behold, the first link took me directly to the full article.

So take your subscription service, Financial Times, and put it up your spam server.

2 Responses to “WTF Financial Times ?! [Annoying practices]”

  1. Kredyt Hipoteczny Says:

    Nice topic i think the same about it.

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