Flagger floods the Internet with red flag keywords. It shouldn't bother the NSA since they're not supposed to spy on us anyway.
Flagger is a browser add-on that automatically puts red flag keywords (like bomb, Taliban and anthrax) into the web addresses you visit. Install Flagger and help us send a message: government surveillance has gone too far.
- (2013-09-29) Flighty H: I really like the idea, considering I say hello to them on FB by using flagged words. However, I agree with both users here in that we need to be able to turn it off. I could no longer access my yahoo e-mail (snicker- still makes me laugh) But e-mail is necessary unfortunately.
- (2013-09-19) L B: I love the idea of sticking it to "Big Brother" but Flagger breaks some websites. The pages won't load or videos wont play. The only fix is to disable flagger entirely. An option to disable for specific websites. preferably via 1 click or quick navigation in the flagger drop-down menu. Similar to how Adblock gives us the "don't run on this site" option.
- (2013-09-19) James Dunn: Nice extension, although using the same parameter, lulz, on every site will make it easy for the NSA to filter out if this got to be popular. Also, it does break some sites, like Zillow. So you'll have to disable it sometimes.
- (2013-09-18) user: Wonderful extension, but, as the previous commenter said, the GET variable should be something more popular/common (perhaps use one of the key words?)