Are you tired of clicking links on Facebook that look interesting but turn out to be nothing but ad-swamped drivel spread over as many pages as possible? We know we are, so we?re delighted some bright spark has created This Is Clickbait (bit.ly/bait417) to save you wasting time on articles you ?won?t believe? or ?must read now?. Once installed, this new extension uses ?deep learning? to determine whether the title of a link that appears in your news feed indicates clickbait, and warn you if it does.

 It even provides a clickbaitpercentage rating in instances when an article isn?t completely worthless but uses clickbait tactics. We found the add-on worked very well, correctly identifying copious clickbait from BuzzFeed and The Lad Bible, while

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