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I agree on principle, but as an end user, I must selfishly disagree. I find life after Cloudflare to be better than before it.

There's a Cloudflare location right next to me, and that improves latency across many of the websites I use, and makes their public DNS service the fastest.

I just wish they had active competition in the same space. CDNs have network locations nearby but they don't offer an easy UX for relatively unexperienced website owners, and DDoS protection services usually have less network locations than content CDNs.

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