I was aware of the issues that you have pointed out with your posting and the article at www.itbusiness.ca. It was something I read about a while back. I think that this points out that in today's much more commercial Internet, the original principles on which it was all established have fallen by the wayside in favour of the almighty dollar.
For those who are neither technically knowledgable nor aware of the past history of the Internet before the current rampant commercialization became prevalent, everything about this issue will likely be just so much gobledegook.
Sadly, there does not seem to be any governing or regulating body, either nationally or internationally, that can tackle this problem effectively, or has the intestinal fortitude to move it into the agendas of the government bodies who should be doing something about it.
Rogers is hereby adding insult to injury. Not only is their DNS service, which is part of the service they provide as an ISP, not very effective. But they are also subverting the DNS service to serve their own narrow and very self-centered financial interests.
If they were taking that money and reinvesting it to provide us with a top-notch DNS service, that would be a small comfort. But there is precious little evidence of that, as far as I can tell.
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