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Social Media Sobriety Test: A Digital Breathalyzer

Social Media Sobriety Test: A Digital Breathalyzer

A browser-based app intends to help users from posting to social media accounts in an intoxicated state.

Naresh Kumar
  • 4 november 2010

With Webroot’s new Social Media Sobriety Test app, you can now avoid the embarrassment of sending regrettable late night tweets and posts in an intoxicated state. Simply download this browser extension and customize the sites to block and the times when you are likely to be drunk. Now when you get the urge to access these sites during the preset times, you will have to pass a sobriety test on the screen to prove that you are OK. If you pass it, post away to your heart’s content and if you fail, it was perhaps never a good idea to post anyway. Works only with Firefox.

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