Google, in response to complaints that its results are being diminished by the inclusion of material from so-called content mills, has created a tool for Chrome users that lets them opt out of getting certain sites in their results. The search giant will take into consideration the preferences of users to adjust its algorithm to possibly exclude results from sites, such as eHow and Associated Content, according to Matt Cutts, who helms Google's spam-fighting unit.

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