Can A Write Protected PDF That Cannot Be Copy And Pasted Be Indexed?
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Can a write-protected PDF that cannot be copy and pasted (thus preventing people from stealing your content) be indexed/crawled by Google? I’m not talking about a pdf with images of text on it, just plain text that cannot be copied and pasted.
Write on PDF: All You Need to Know
If someone were to steal the entire contents of their machine, they could still copy it down, but the text in there will no longer be theirs. This is a legitimate concern for privacy. So, yes, there's a serious problem here, and there's a lot of ways to deal with the problem that are completely fair. What's the solution? It's the solution everyone always says they want: You can either have the browser use encryption (which is currently being worked on) or disable right clicks at the click of a button. I know there are many arguments against this. The reason most people aren't saying this is that they're assuming a browser cannot do anything about right-clicking. This isn't true. With current security software, you can do things like make the mouse click sound, or allow the mouse to “go out of sync”. These can prevent you from.
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