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The Daily Mail and Daily Express are popular UK tabloid newspapers: When using the internet in the UK it's almost impossible to avoid occasionally accessing the website of one or the other, even if one finds their political and social outlook unpleasant, stupid or offensive.

KittenBlock is designed to solve this problem. It performs one simple function: if the FireFox web browser is directed to either website it will be redirected instead to a selection of photos from http://www.teaandkittens.co.uk.

There is no override option, and there are no options to configure. The extension can be disabled in the usual manner should the user wish.

Get it here

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/kitten-block/

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The Daily Mail and Daily Express are popular UK tabloid newspapers: When using the internet in the UK it's almost impossible to avoid occasionally accessing the website of one or the other, even if one finds their political and social outlook unpleasant, stupid or offensive.

KittenBlock is designed to solve this problem. It performs one simple function: if the FireFox web browser is directed to either website it will be redirected instead to a selection of photos from http://www.teaandkittens.co.uk.

There is no override option, and there are no options to configure. The extension can be disabled in the usual manner should the user wish.

Get it here

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/kitten-block/

...don't see the point in the case of the Mail which has the second most popular English speaking news site in the world after the New York Times....unless of course you are from the Guardian or the UK's other PRAVDA style outlet the BBC.....the latter being funded by us the tax payer ...!..... :rolleyes:

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