We’re asking frequent readers to register for Science’s free daily news

To our readers:

If you are a regular reader of Science’s online daily news, you may shortly notice a change. Starting Tuesday, we will be asking something of you in return for the free, cutting-edge news and analysis we serve up every day. Not money—just a small amount of information. After you read three stories in a calendar month, we will ask you to enter your email address. You’ll get to keep reading, and as a bonus you will receive our daily newsletter, with quick descriptions and links to all the stories we published in the previous day, delivered to your mailbox each morning. After 10 stories in a month we’ll ask you to register and share a couple of other details. (AAAS members or current newsletter subscribers will be exempted if they enter their identification at any point while reading.) That’s it.

We will phase this in gradually, so not all of our readers will see these requests at first. We’re doing this because we’d like to learn a little more about our readers, so we can serve you better and occasionally alert you to AAAS membership and subscription offers. We won’t share your email with outside organizations unless you specifically authorize us to do so.  If you have further questions, please see our FAQs.