I can only conclude that the issue is not that you don't want to use that capability, it's that you don't want anyone else to be able to use that capability. The contradiction in wanting "open culture" to deny some users options that they desire never crosses your mind, does it?
Wanting "open culture" to not be destroyed by those who promote "closed culture" instead is not a contradiction.
In this case, yes it is.
If you are attempting to argue that the very existence of "closed culture" is what is destroying (incorrect tense included) "open culture" - well you are about 50 years late to that lost battle.
Under that definition open culture was destroyed long long ago with zero hope of ever existing again.
If you are not arguing that point, then you are either contradicting yourself at best, or lying/trolling at worse.
Being an additional (optional at that) feature you don't have to use, I don't understand why you would invest a non-zero amount of work in changing from one DRM-capable browser to another DRM-capable browser only to not use the DRM features, when you could instead invest exactly zero work and not use the feature at all.
If you are not capable of resisting the urge to type "netflix" into your browser, your problem isn't the web browser you are using, but is much deeper in your mental abilities.
If you actually are capable of not typing "netflix" into your browser, then this new feature will go unused and thus it won't effect you what so ever by being there.
I have to seriously question your motives and intent here since it seems you are only trying to push your personal preferences onto the rest of us despite our personal preferences.
If such behavior is OK by you, then by the same logic you shouldn't care that we are forcing our personal preferences onto you, no?