Just out of curiosity, what's your ideal theoretical end-game once that happens? How exactly would people pay for servers, bandwidth, IT workers, content creators, site designers, site developers, electricity, the accounts payable and receivable person, the backup service, and the janitor?
Would you prefer to have all content be pay content, with pay-per-click or subscription schemes for all of the stuff you want?
Should advertising be so closely intertwined with the content that it's basically an infomercial? (Hope you love slashvertisements. They'll make up most of the feed.)
Should all free content be created and hosted by companies that have other successful businesses, and operate some website just for funsies?
Should all free content be donation driven, even though that barely works for an organization as visible as Wikipedia?
Should all free content be like archive.org and shoot for grant funding? That would significantly change the landscape of the free content out there...
Should all free content be amateur people hosting their own servers, hoping that it doesn't get so popular that they will have to pay a zillion dollars for their bandwidth charges?
How does that actually work, in the real world, where it costs real money to operate websites?