(Mashable) -- The Daily, the iPad-only tablet "newspaper" thet launched Wednesday, has an odd relationship with the web: It allows both subscribers and non-subscribers to view web-based versions of all of its articles for free, but it doesn't offer a convenient index (a.k.a. homepage) for perusing them.
Now, everyone can read The Daily, and even subscribers can access back issues -- which they weren't able to do previously.
The problem, of course, is that The Daily doesn't want users accessing its content for free; it wants people to pay for the iPad edition, which costs 99 cents per week.
"Frankly, I'm... very curious about the legal implications," he wrote, pointing out that his e-mail is listed at the top of the page should any of News Corp's lawyers care to get in touch.
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