Have you ever tried copy a certain text or a word from a site but were unable to do so because the site administrator had disabled the copy paste functionality?
There are also many third party extensions available on the Google play store that can help you to disable the copy protection feature on any site. But the one that’s the most popular is Allow Copy.
Allow Copy will re-enable select, copy, paste and right click features at any webpage using any kind of copy protection.
Using the extension is very simple and here’s how you can use the Allow Copy extension to disable copy protection on any site and copy any information on it using Google Chrome.
How to Copy Text from Copy Protected Sites using Allow Copy Extension in Google Chrome.
Step 1: Head over to the Download link provided at the bottom of the page.
Step 2: Click on Add to chrome to install the extension in Google chrome. Once installed the extension will appear in Chrome’s extension bar as shown in the screenshot below.
Step 3: Now whenever you come across a site that has copy protection enabled, you can simply click on the Allow copy extension’s icon and the copy paste feature will be instantly enabled on that site.
The extensions icon should display a green tick whenever the copy paste feature is enabled.
It’s as simple as that and now you can go ahead and copy any information that you need.
I have created this guide in order to help people such as students and everyone else who intend to sue this for a legal purpose. I have made all the information on my site free for everyone and I never intend to use copy protection on my blog. So please think twice before using this extension to do something illegal.
Download: Allow Copy extension for Google Chrome