Old Media Suffers From Yet Another New Media Problem – Sharing Newspapers Must Stop

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The Telegraph reported –

It is a familiar sight in any pub, cafe or train carriage – newspapers being left on seats for others to read, passed from friend to friend,  or even handed over to curious strangers. But in Morocco, the practice has been banned after publishers complained they were losing millions in revenue because people kept sharing them. Members of the Moroccan Federation of Newspaper Publishers (FMEJ) said the habit of “leaving newspapers behind in public places” was costing their industry $150m each year in lost revenue.

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