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I read the news through some of the most important online newspapers. I am tired of reading always some of the most boring (for me) news that include always the same words; "football", "crisis", "obama", etc. I wonder if there is some kind of firefox pluging or whatever that filters the newspaper's site and hides all news that contain these words on the title or text (at different depth levels) of the article

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closed as off-topic by Rubén, Alex, Eight Days of Malaise, Al E., Sathya Jul 25 '15 at 15:12

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I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is asking for browser plugins recommendations. – Rubén Jul 20 '15 at 3:48
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I don't know plug-in or extension that does it for you, but you can always use Google News and instead of filtering out, you can choose what's you're interested in by choosing custom sections from the Google News Directory.

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yes this is a good idea. I can also use some of my favorite newspapers as news sources and then filter (with minus) the things I do not like – Werner Mar 7 '11 at 9:15

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