The Hindu calls out those who forward its 'e-paper'
The lockdown due to Coronovirus Pandemic had ruined the delivery system of newspaper which increased the number of e-paper readership. While most newspaper companies offered them for free during the lockdown, many have now put them behind paywalls.
The newspaper carried a front page ad for its july 3rd's e paper edition which asked the readers how they got thier hands on e-paper. If the reader received the e- paper via forward, then it's a violation of copyright law.
The ad then asked the readers to tell the sender's to stop doing so and subscribe the e-paper instead of forwarding.
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