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So Google recently released a "block" feature which can allow a user to easily block any domain if we find it to be less than useful.

I would love to block the Copied-From-Stack Overflow (particularly the websites without attribution).

However, I don't have the time (or inclination) to block each website specifically. I'll continue to block a website as they spam my results, but is there an automated way to block all these Stack Overflow knockoffs with a fast and efficient script?

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The Chrome extension has an import/export feature, so it would be reasonably easy for there to be a list of the sites somewhere in the appropriate format, and just periodically import them manually. I doubt that new ones pop up that often.

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So now, the question is, where is the best place to have that list? Would it be good to have somewhere here? Or on a different site? – Charles Boyung Mar 11 '11 at 14:38
    
Would you mind posting a link to the extension so that I can use the list provided by @Will? Thanks. – theChrisKent Mar 11 '11 at 15:17

Here's my list; it contains quite a few knockoff sites

[check the revision history; hit View Source to get it formatted correctly!]

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