Google Public DNS
Google Public DNS is a freely provided DNS (Domain Name System) service announced on 3 December 2009, as part of Google’s self-proclaimed effort to make the web faster. According to Google, as of 2013 Google Public DNS is the largest public DNS service in the world, handling more than 130 billion requests on an average day.
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