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Spam Blocker for Google Search

There are several spam sites that appears top in our search results to provide improper contents, dishonest information and other illegal things. For an average user, it is very difficult to differentiate between the required data. So the question is, how do we keep away from these spam sites? The Chrome extension ‘Spam Blocker for Google search’ helps you do a little by blocking spam site.

This extension adds a 'spam' link next to all Google search results and allows you to block websites that you consider to be spam just by clicking it. However, you should verify the site (whether it is a real spam site) before black listed.
 Blocked websites will no longer appear in your Google search results. Additionally, the extension has a text field that allows you to add any domain (or part of a domain) to your block list.

 Spam Blocker for Google search can be downloaded at Chrome web store


  1. Actually, I NEVER use Google AT ALL because of their collaboration with our government to track people. I use ixquick (, WHICH DOES NOT save any information on you, such as your IP address. WHY WOULD ANYONE USE GOOGLE ANYWAYS?

  2. Hi, thanks for it. See my previous post about Ixquick (


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