Hey don't worry about paid subscribers being authenticated - that sounds like too much trouble. Apparently someone in high enough authority has an easy solution to that pesky security question. It was the same one users in the early 90s devised to make their file folders easy to open for their coworkers - just Share the whole C:/ Drive with Access All set to Full. This saved countless hours of work and boosted productivity everywhere we find resources with full access to the root directory because one user, service principle, or application interface had programmers who ignored every IC3 or Cyber Command memo since conFlicker II or ghostnet or Zeusbot32 ... the schulz
Before the 80's there wasn't any public mass-available internet and we didn't have any viruses. I suggest we go back to using the telegraph and handwritten letter with relay rider networks to communicate - it was so much more secure and would create a lot of jobs. Not to mention back then the global human population was half as much as it is today.