How to Disable Copy-and-Paste Hijacking Web Sites

Whitson Gordon, LifeHacker, Jun 07, 2010
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I've noticed some websites adding annoying extra content when you copy and paste from the post. The extra text is produced by a company called Tynt. I don't know why people thought it would be a good idea. Anyhow, this post describes how to block Tynt and disable copy-paste hijacking. See also Tynt, the Copy/Paste Jerks, from daring Fireball.
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