ICANN asks VeriSign to pull redirect service

The agency that oversees Internet domain names has asked VeriSign to voluntarily suspend a new service that redirects Web surfers to its own site when they seek to access unassigned Web addresses, rather than return an error message.
I sure hope VeriSign gets their ass kicked for this. I do not care if you are a guru or a novice a File Not Found page; Server Not Found page is important. If I mistype a URL I want to be able to change my mistyping and get to the correct site. With this new "service" it is impossible to do this, no matter what browser you use. Source: C|Net

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