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Information that will help you avoid the worst "lock in" sites
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This story appears in the December 2000 issue of . Subscribe »

You hate 'em-eveybody hates Web sites that "lock in" visitors, in effect disabling their "back" buttons. With the very worst offenders, the only way out is to close the browser down; some even require restarting the computer. To find out the top nine-or more accurately, the bottom nine-visit "Lock In Sites" for the worst offender. The sites on this list are ones your do not want to visit.

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