You can protect website content from copying through the blocking of the output/information processing using the code inspector?
Let's say that the page is protected by some simple script programs from manually copying the text. Text selection by mouse is not working + CTRL+C does not work either. Then the so-called housewife or househusband open the code inspector in the browser and find that you need to copy from the site. Question: is there any script or way to make it so that when you open the code inspector in it "crumbled" would be a big pile of bugs or something else that prevents the copying of material from the page? Interesting.
I could be wrong, could be an accident, a mistake at work, it could also be something else, but about a year ago at the opening of the site (what I do not remember), in the study of the styles of one element in Chrome, there's some kind of lock debugging, locking the work of the inspector of the items on this website at the time, when on other sites at this point everything worked correctly.
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Just already tired of the butt with site owners and hosting providers. With Facebook generally useless. Already thinking to go to one company for the escrow and certification of materials, but is it worth it...
At avito should lock when you open the console. But it costs time. Yes, and just manually copying anything will not cause your service is too time-consuming. But people like to highlight text while reading. Do not disturb them.
But the true villains, you did not hurt. I'll just write the standard spider in Python that will take all the info at once. And will even pick up a few seconds after the appearance of information on your website. Will limit by IP, so I have a thousand proxies for a few dollars per month.
In General, do not do any inserting sticks in the wheels for a normal user.