How many times in any given week do I have to troubleshoot a network where the end user says "My Internet is down!" and it's a DNS related issue? Bottom line is that while the web is celebrating it's 20 year anniversary, we have an overwhelming population who don't understand how it works. It's that same population who has learned the absolute basics of downloading copyrighted music and movies for free. Search software brings up lists to download, installed software plays it. Idiot proof. So while we may read about 8 ways to bypass, I question how many people or incapable of using these ways and, if this DNS block won't actually reduce the usage substantially.