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Short Take: Government search site begins charging fees

After a three-week free trial period, Usgovsearch.com, a comprehensive search engine for accessing U.S. government information, began charging fees of its users. The search engine's developers will charge $5 a day, $30 a month, and $250 a year for individual passes to access the service; pricing for businesses and organizations will be based on their respective number of users. The service will be provided free of charge to public libraries and schools.

After a three-week free trial period, Usgovsearch.com, a comprehensive search engine for accessing U.S. government information, began charging fees of its users. The search engine's developers will charge $5 a day, $30 a month, and $250 a year for individual passes to access the service; pricing for businesses and organizations will be based on their respective number of users. The service will be provided free of charge to public libraries and schools.

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