I need an advice regarding
isAccessibleForFree and cloaking.
I'm running a subscription based news website which has standard free to view teaser (short description) and the full article.
When user comes to the website, server knows is this a logged in user (with subscription) or free to view user and based on this it renders different content.
Non logged-in page has just the teaser and of course logged in page has the full content of article. By this I mean if user clicks view source he will see just appropriate bit.
By reading Google's guidance (Subscription and paywalled content) I got confused.
Does this mean that no matter if the user is logged in or not the server should send the full article which will hide content, if user is not logged in just via CSS?? Which is of course completely non secure and hackable.