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    Are you saying that a DNS service should somehow filter results from a search engine?

    I'm sorry, but DNS (regardless of the provider) doesn't work that way. Once OpenDNS does the DNS lookup for the search engine itself, whatever results are displayed by the search engine come entirely from the search engine and have nothing more to do with DNS lookups unless the search results for some reason provide "live" content from the site in question, rather than a link and "snapshot" at cached data.

    OpenDNS would only come into play again if someone clicked on a link that led to a site that OpenDNS is actively filtering out.

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