Chrome Gets Spam Blocker

Matt Cutts released information Monday about a strategy to block spam content. The extension for Google's Web browser Chrome can now block Web sites that they don't wish to view. If clicked, the "early experimental" browser extension sends blocked site information to Google to study the results. Cutts also provides directions on how to edit the list of blocked sites.
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