Newspaper by Fax Machine
Once upon a time, there were these things called Fax Machines. It was sort of like email, but for physical documents. Yes, it sounds very scifi, but the tech is quite ordinary. Everyone knows what a printer is. A fax machine is like a printer, but instead of printing out the paper at the same machine, it would send an encoded version of the document over a telephone wire to the recipient. It was actually a very quick and secure method for transferring documents from location to location. You could send anything, even newspapers. So they did. Until they didn’t.