Randomness (r_ness) wrote,

A website that demands that I give them an email address or sign up with Facebook or some other social media account before I can even look at anything simply won't get my business.

At best, if I'm feeling cranky, I'll give them some fake address. But mostly I'll just close the window and move on.

This tactic must work for some viewers but I don't have to encourage it myself.

ETA: Deliberately not giving examples because I'm not going to give them the traffic.
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