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Re: DNS opt out is flawed
It's essentially the same as if you had used a search engine to find the link, but if it's not your choice to do that, then that's not such a good thing.
The point about breaking the way DNS is supposed to work, changing it so that the standard error page doesn't display, seems valid. If local applications depend on that error page in order to work properly, then that would become a real headache if the provider simply changes things without notification or without permitting an opt out.