That I've only bought a license to the media that I've bought then what is the point in buying it? If they're insisting that all the media I've paid money for I don't really own, that I have to use it on their terms then why the fuck am I spending money on any media at all?
Think about it this way, if you lost the ability to use the internet (Mobile or otherwise), what would you do?
Watch a movie? Well no because Time-Warner have put your movie collection into the cloud.
Listen to some music? No because you've subscribed to an online streaming service, or put all your music into the cloud.
With movies, music and other media. People simply want to own their collection. After all, they paid top dollar for it, some people get pretty boastful about their media library, they like the idea that in their theatre room there are thousands of movies, television shows, documentaries and what-not on tap ready to watch. How far are these media cartel group have their heads jammed up their own arses not to come to this basic realisation? Consumers have been afforded this luxury for almost half a century in one form or another, why would they want to backtrack now?
If you want to make your product economically unviable and restrict the ways in which a paying customer can enjoy their purchase, then piracy will always be the better option and if you want to hang on to these bullshit notions of licensing and rights managements, so be it but I won't afford this cartel and iota of sympathy when profits turn to losses and jobs turn to redundancies.