Imagine you are on a train that's packed, and you're stuck in front of someone reading their newspaper. He is so close to you, that you can comfortably read the paper during your train journey.
Is that stealing?
You never paid for the paper!? Did you? But its still not your fault that it's in your face. If your eyes just even LOOKED at one line of news (a heading maybe), and you found that heading interesting, then do you feel that that would be stealing, given that you didn't pay for that newspaper?
God have mercy on all of us...
You come on a train where EVERY 1st class passenger's seat is layed out with the Times Newspaper. At the end of the carriage, there are loads of newspapers also. One day, you ask the train manager if you could have a newspaper ? He says :"Sure. Take one".
You take the train everyday. If you take a newspaper again, is that stealing , if you assume that the train manager would have agreed to it anyway??