TL;DR: Cloudflare’s email address obfuscation hides addresses under standard documentational-purpose domains (
.example), which affects clarity of such documentation.
So far, I have encountered several pages like software documentation or articles on software development, where Cloudflare’s email obfuscation feature is enabled.
Without any further ado, the feature also obfuscates addresses under
example.com domain, which is reserved for use in documentation, along with
.example. Wikipedia says they are. That means such addresses should be exposed—for science!—not protected.
So, to me, most of these domains can be whitelisted.
On the upside, it secures JS-disabled visitors’ experience on pages where authors do not know or do not care about the issue.
On the downside, it complexifies the algorithm, as besides simple string comparation it now has to check against something like
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