There are a lot of websites out there that block your ability to right click or select text. I believe it's done as a sort of half-assed security measure to prevent people from copying text or images. Of course, it's always possible to circumvent that by using DevTools, it's just more time-consuming and annoying.
Here are a couple of examples, sorry for the Hebrew:
On this store, I wanted to select and copy the product name (Behringer MicroMix MX400), but there's "protection" against marking text, right-clicking and possibly copying.
On my broker's website I wanted to right-click the username field so I could do "inspect element" on it, but it won't let me. I was still able to find the element manually in DevTools, but it took more time.
Some websites do let you copy text, but they add their own custom text snippets to the text you copy, usually with a link to that site. Very annoying.
I assume that these "protections" are implemented by listening to events such as clicks and ctrl-C.
Is there a solution for disabling all these annoying "protections" from websites? (specifically in Chrome).