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Lots of websites are badly designed and difficult to use. But at least as many are “difficult” to navigate and needlessly labyrinthine at moments that happen to coincide with the surrendering of data or the enhancement of the bottom line of the company involved. This is actually good design. Or phrased differently, this is evil design, done well.
Welcome to the wonderful world of “Zuckermining”. Resistance is futile.

Pop-up ads, seemingly personally addressed but actually generic banner ads. Pre-checked boxes that add services to the unwary internet user...