The New York Post is getting in on the access control game, and it’s making it even easier to get around the rules.
It’s now offering a simple interface to change the default policies, so you can access and delete certain content at will.
If you don’t want to see all the content you’ve seen on the site, you can set the filter to block specific sections.
The New York Daily News also offers an easier-to-use tool called a “filter box,” which allows you to filter your browsing to a list of news stories.
The paper is also changing its search algorithm, so it now shows you news articles in chronological order.
In other words, if you’re looking for a specific article from this week, it’s a lot easier to find.
The Times has been on the defensive over the past few months, as it has struggled to keep its users happy after the paper’s massive hack on Sunday, which revealed a vast cache of user data including social security numbers, birthdays, and email addresses.
Its user interface is being tweaked to make it more user-friendly, and the paper is pushing out new features that make it easier to navigate the site.
The Times has also been working on an overhaul of its app for iOS.
That could come in the next few weeks.