NewsCorp Blockers For Your Browser

rupert-murdoch-evil-hornAfraid that you or your family could unwittingly stumble into the tentacles of the NewsCorp empire? Murdoch Block for Chrome and MurdochAlert for Firefox claim to keep you safe:

MurdochAlert warns you whenever you visit one of the 100+ Murdoch Family-controlled websites. If you’re not ready to block them all, MurdochAlert can warn you instead. Also it’s handy for identifying news sources controlled by the Murdoch Family.

NewsCorp agents in multiple countries have been arrested for hacking into the phones and computers of at least thousands of innocent people. Since the Murdoch family controls 100+ high-traffic domains, it is difficult for average users to know which sites could potentially place them at risk.

MurdochAlert identifies the domains that may place users at risk for Murdoch-related hacking. MurdochAlert shows a bottom warning box whenever you visit a Murdoch-controlled sited.

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  • Grooveboss

    the illusion of the two white devil horns on his head is priceless.

    • dogbeard

      I’m guessing that Disinfo preconceived of that photo when choosing it’s icon.

  • Grooveboss

    the illusion of the two white devil horns on his head is priceless.

  • dogbeard

    I’m guessing that Disinfo preconceived of that photo when choosing it’s icon.

  • Bigdickmegaherz

    Never give up “intelligence” no matter what the source. If you have to take the news with a grain of salt fine, but yourself off from a source as a lifestyle choice is as insane as rebelling by choosing to be a slave. Be careful infonauts, the journey is dangerous and lonely trust no one but yourselves.

  • Bigdickmegaherz

    Never give up “intelligence” no matter what the source. If you have to take the news with a grain of salt fine, but yourself off from a source as a lifestyle choice is as insane as rebelling by choosing to be a slave. Be careful infonauts, the journey is dangerous and lonely trust no one but yourselves.

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