Here is the actual paper, the link seems to be broken. They say,
Blockquote The days of “junk DNA” are over. When the senior authors of this article studied genetics at their respective universities, the common doctrine was that the nonprotein coding part of eukaryotic genomes consists of interspersed, “useless” sequences, often organized in repetitive elements such as satDNA
It seems to me that the study is conflating non-coding DNA with junk. Dan Graur had a twitter exchange with the author over it. What do you guys think?