Accessibility to locked blog articles
With reference to a recent H&S enquiry, I have tested an example blog article and found that whilst not purchasing access to locked articles, I am able to copy and paste the obscured text content of said locked article into external text editors and word processor applications.
The example blog article also contains video content (provided via the YouTube bridge) in which the audio content can be listened to whilst the article is locked.
Steps to reproduce
View a blog article whilst it is locked (ie. needing a predetermined amount of tokens to be able to access said content) and then attempt to listening to any video / audio content, as well as attempting to copy the text content to an external application.
I believe that this is user platform neutral. However, I have tested this whilst using Firefox (x86_64 version 68.0.2) and Chromium (x86_64 version 76.0.3809).
What is the current bug behavior?
What is the expected correct behavior?
Locked content should not be accessible to the user (until the user purchases access to said content).
Relevant logs and/or screenshots
Original Help And Support Enquiry