It also reveals that everything they ever said about needing the caps to manage network load was just a pack of lies.
True. Basic shaping is much better than capping, or "advanced shaping". Advanced is when they try to shape down Netflix, but not their own video service. Basic shaping is the shaping allowed by every proposed "network neutrality" bill or suggestion, where you target P2P and such for lower quality, boosting voice, video and web.
Other people may suffer at the hands of your use of the total bandwidth at your area of the Internet but the costs do not change
If the suffering users leave the ISP, then it most certainly does change the Internet costs for the ISP (or at least the # of customers to spread the cost across). There is a real scarcity. There's not unlimited bandwidth everywhere, and it has costs to provide.
Why is it that, in the media, everything Trump does is "bad".
Because that's the reality.
Are Clintons actions editorialized as well? I haven't seen any good examples.
For a Trump supporter, one would have thought you've seen Fox News at least once. I've seen lots of things that have been editorialized about her. Perhaps because you are a Trump supporter, you are more sensitive about that?
I *hope* more vendors get off of the "connect it to the cloud" bandwagon
Never. For one, most people don't have or want a home automation server. And #2 the makers want to keep that function so they can monetize it. And as you say, users want features that require weak security practices.
"But what we need to know is, do people want nasally-insertable computers?"