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Block all 'Star Wars' spoilers with this Chrome extension

You don't have to awaken The Force to fight off spoilers.
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If you won't be able to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens on the day it comes out, you're going to have a tough time dodging spoilers on the internet. This Chrome extension called "Force Block" could make things a bit easier, though. Whenever it encounters anything that could be a spoiler on a web site -- say, any story that contains the movie title or the franchise's name -- it blocks off entry with a splash page that contains various Star Wars quotes. Of course, you can brush off the warning and carry on browsing... we just hope you have Olympic-level speeds when it comes to switching tabs, in case there's an actual spoiler waiting for you.

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