What Verisign has done pre-empts that choice for everyone.
There's a simple way to stop Verisign: Type a domain name corresponding to
a registered trademark (or a near spelling of a registered trademark), for a
domain that isn't registered. When Verisign comes up with its own page, sue
Verisign for misuse of the trademark. In no time, Verisign will have
restored things back the way they were, since that would be cheaper than
trying to ensure that every single non-existent domain name typed is not a
registered trademark or something that resembles a registered trademark.