Filed under: UtilitiesWe recently told you about a Chrome extension that blocks Tynt, which is a service that some sites use to add a URL or other text to anything you copy from them. Safari users who dislike Tynt can now block it with an extension of their own. Of course, this will only work in Safari 5, so make sure you've updated to the latest version.
[via Daring Fireball]Tynt Blocker extension comes to Safari, too
Fuente: Download Squad