CYBERSPACE (AP) -- It will still have all the news that's fit to browse. But you'll have to pay for it. Starting next year, The New York Times plans to charge readers to have full access to its Web site. It's the latest attempt to bring in money from the online edition of the storied newspaper. There were two previous attempts to get Internet readers to pony up for the privilege of reading the paper on their browsers -- but both of those efforts failed. Under the new system, readers will be able to click on a certain number of stories for free before fees kick in.
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