http://m.timesofindia.com/tech/tech...d-with-a-simple-link/articleshow/49076064.cms Not a fan of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump? Wish you could purge him 'virtually'? Here's help, courtesy 'Trump Filter'. The new Google Chrome extension by this name that promises to remove Donald simply from your view of every web page. . . Developed by Rob Spectre, Trump Filter searches the web pages you visit for references to Donald Trump. Avaikable in Google Chrome Web Store, it then makes those references disappear with three adjustable levels of severity. Users can adjust their level of Trump filtration based on their mood or the website they are visiting. It has three filter sensitivity levels -- "mild", "aggressive", and "vindictive". . . Spectre sahe was "...not put up to this by the Republican or Democratic Parties, the Obama Administration, my mother or any other possible sphere of influence. I am doing this out of a profound sense of annoyance and patriotic duty." . . Spectre also says that 'Trump Filter' does not track users web usage. "There are some anonymized statistics to track how much Trump is on the Internet, but the extension does not log your web traffic." . . Trump recently said that he will spend at least $2 million a week on his campaign to become the Republican party's presidential candidate. . . The billionaire frontrunner, who has not spent large sums as part of his bid to date, said he will earmark $2 million a week for television advertising in the first three voting states. . . The controversial figure has said that, although he did not believe he needed to spend any money, he did not want to take anything for granted. . . He said, "I don't think I need to spend anything. And I'm very proud of the fact that I've spent the least and achieved the best result.