This btw is a security issue. Many of the scam sites that do things like
tell the user their computer is infected and they have to call a number
This puts users who don't understand technology into a mental state
where they feel like they have no control.
It's effing stupid that anyone ever thought it was a good idea to let
On 04/13/2016 12:44 PM, Michael A. Peters wrote:
action can disable UI functions such as the back button.
A very common abuse is that when pulling the mouse to hit the back
button because you are not interested in a page, a hover comes up and
when the hover comes up, the back button no longer works.
This is a browser UI issue but it needs to specified that browsers must
of a cesspool as it is.