If you’re like myself and a few others, we still haven’t seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens since the film came out last weekend. Every day since last week, several advertisements have almost innocently sneaked a few spoilers in their video ads. All over the internet they have ran amuck. Until now, Priceless Misc. has created a Google Chrome extension called “Force Block“. With the “Force Block” extension equipped you can now safely block a website that may have the Star Wars name or Star Wars: The Force Awakens title being mentioned any where. It not only blocks videos but articles and quotes that discuss anything dealing with “Star Wars”. It’s not too brutal, because you can opt-out to advance (at your own risk) and continue to browse and observe the website. No info on web browsing performance when switching back and forth between tabs.
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