Either Google pitched a fit, or the New York Times got savvy to the fact that not everyone searches with Google. (Wait, they don't?) Either way, TechCrunch is reporting that the paper decided to extend its five-article-per-day referral limit to all "major" search engines. It's an intelligent-enough about-face from the initial policy, which the Times said would apply only to Google. After ...
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