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08/10/2015 07:57 am ET

This Google Chrome Extension Replaces ‘Political Correctness’ With Something More Accurate

This election season, being PC gets a bit complicated.
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Election cycle coverage just got a little more palatable thanks to a new Google Chrome extension.

New Zealander Byron Clark set up his web browser to replace the words “political correctness” with the phrase “treating people with respect” -- a move inspired, in part, by a Neil Gaiman quote.

After tweeting some choice screenshots and watching that tweet go viral, Clark created PC2Respect, a Google Chrome extension that can do the same for the rest of us.

The switch won’t always make the Internet a nicer place, but it does show what people are often saying when they complain about things being too PC.

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The extension is free, but Clark asks that downloaders donate to causes like the Black Lives Matter movement.

Clark’s app joins Trumpweb, a Google Chrome extension created by Fusion’s own Patrick Hogan that adds ridiculous Donald Trump quotes to every mention of his name.

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