How to turn off a flood of ‘fake news’ in your feed

DeWalt, the maker of a new tool that can quickly and easily disable links from a website, says it is launching a new product aimed at helping users avoid fake news and misleading information.

DeWalt is a social network and social sharing platform for the home and the office, which makes it a natural fit for the new product, which it hopes will make its tools easier to use.

DeZaltoolbox is designed to help users to easily disable or block links from sites like CNN, The New York Times and BuzzFeed.

De Walt says it will offer users two options to opt in to the tool.

The first is a one-time fee, which users can choose to pay by logging into the service.

The other option is a monthly subscription that will include DeWalts cloud-based ad blocking and social media filtering.

The tool will be available for free on October 31.

The DeWALT subscription comes with DeWaldo tools that can help users control and control their Facebook feeds, DeWaldeo says.

DeWaldo has more than 400 million active users globally.

The DeWalgonToolbox website says the new tool will work like an ad blocker.

Users can use the tool to quickly and effectively block content that they see as potentially misleading or fake news, or links to sites that might make them think they have reached a dead end.

The service is powered by a system called DeWALT, or DeWALDO AdBlock Plus, which is designed for social media networks.

De Walt is one of several ad blocking companies that has invested heavily in DeWAlto, which also is a competitor to DeWahl, according to a blog post by DeWalex.com, a social sharing website.

DeAlto has a user base of more than 1 billion worldwide and is one among several ad blockers that have invested heavily into DeWalfox, according an investor presentation that the company made last month.

The company says its AdBlockPlus program has more users than Facebook, Twitter and Google combined.

The company says it has more to offer advertisers and content creators.

DeAlto is working with Facebook to bring ads to Facebook, while DeWalshoolbox will offer advertisers more options for targeting content and ad impressions, DeAltrator says.

The new tool, De WALT Toolbox, will be sold through DeWaledos ad-blocking platform, DeZaltools.com.

It will be made available as a standalone app for iPhones, iPads, Android phones and Windows computers.

De Zaltools is also selling the DeWalthoolbox app on its website, as well as through its own mobile app, De Zaldor, as a separate product.

De ZaltoolBox is available for iOS and Android.

The site says DeWOLFoolbox, which was developed in collaboration with the company’s ad-tech division, is a “powerful ad blocker” that is “perfect for managing and managing content on social media.”

De WALT has partnered with AdBlock+, the ad-blocker app, for several years, DeSALA, a data analytics firm, said in a blogpost.

The app has been downloaded by more than 20 million people, according the blog post.

AdBlock Plus is also a competitor in the ad blocker space to Google’s AdBlock, which launched in 2013.

It allows users to limit the amount of time a website displays ads, and has been used by some users to block links to specific sites.