Browser extension to remove deplorable Pepes and other neonazi imagery from your Twitter timeline, now with Naziscore support.
This extension removes frogs (🐸), glasses of milk (🥛) and "OK" hand signs (👌) from your timeline, replacing them with an emoji that more properly reflects the people who use them. At the same time, it allows you to quickly find out how worthy of a comment that person is with the window that pops up as you hover over the person's name or Twitter id. The (https://github.com/rbanffy/naziscore) back-end offers a score based on an analysis of that profile's information, tweets, retweets and other behavior. This functionality works by sending the profile information over an anonymous connection - at no time the Twitter identity of the user making the request is disclosed or stored (even though the IP the request came from - the user connection, a proxy - is recorded in the access logs). This function works on Tweetdeck, but not completely on Twitter just yet. If your web client is not supported, please let us know. The extension is Free Software. Its source can be obtained from https://github.com/rbanffy/unpepefy
- (2017-10-25) Michela DZ: I'm just trying to balance out the crybabies who think someone opting to not listen to them is somehow a threat to their freedom of speech.