Google Launches Extension To Block Content Farms

Google Launches Extension To Block Content Farms
technology

A crowdsourced Chrome extension filters spam-like web articles.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 17 february 2011

Amid the recent proliferation of apparent low-quality articles, content farm websites such as Demand Media, Seed, and Associated Content, among others, are soon meeting their end. After gathering insights about content farms from Internet users, Google has recently launched an extension that blocks these sites from appearing in search results. From the Google Blog:

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