Stopped watching cable T.V, computer games for entertainment, news via the newspaper and library. DVD movies for viewing entertainment.
And what for professional or collegiate sports? If doing without, how did you convince the sports fan in your household to give it up?
Dropping netflix due to limited selection, Telecos implementing data caps [...] None of our attempted solutions (or current solution) have involved Comcast, TimeWarner, any other cable company
Then who instituted the data cap?
Amazon Prime apparently has every movie and T.V show ever made.
Does it have the film Song of the South and the TV series Spartakus and the Sun Beneath the Sea yet?
Second, one company that makes derivatives likes to sue other companies that make derivatives.
Of their works. There are non-Disney movies derivative of the same public domain stories. They are trivially easy to find.
I'm referring to Disney v. GoodTimes
For example, Disney does own marks related to Cinderella. But there are other animated films and live-action films that also use the Cinderella name in both the title and for characters.
But are the makers of these "other animated films and live-action films" allowed to make merchandise related to these "other animated films and live-action films"?