What you're saying just seems downright naive. (Not trolling.) If the user base was large enough to be downright appalled, then that should scare lawmakers NOW. Not after the fact.
Open devices are like a girl with open legs, convenient but they have their own risks.
Open devices are like a guy with an open mouth, convenient but they have their own risks.
1) There will be an incentive to keep bandwidth as it is and offer a premium service to websites willing to pay for more. Not only is blocking content illegal, but it would actually hurt internet providers to offer a lower quality service to their customers.
2) The only reason why websites would pay for a premium service for their content is if there was a noticeable improvement. Which means a noticeable lower quality of service for other websites.
And when it comes to the internet, no one can truly predict the future.
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Should I mod this "up" or "down" ?
If we measure, won't that change the outcome?
We should let it simultaneously exist as funny and not exist as funny.
This is more on par with what should be happening:
As I have explained elsewhere, policy-makers should be helping consumers get relevant content, not enacting laws to take it away from them.