Look at Exxon Mobil, last year it sold petroleum products for a profit of XX billion dollars. If we lowered corporate taxes, why would Exxon sell petroleum products for any less than it already did? Because the shareholders decided to be kind?
You can buy the developer version of the android from google directly that comes with root access.
Within I2P, there
Obviously they just mean when communicating to other I2P servers, not entering into the public internet (which would use an "exit node")
1) All those issues you identify exist with gmail but gmail doesn't block encrypted emails (it just gives you ads for PGP)
2) Your compression argument is bs. The files taking up the most space are going to be music, video and image files, none of which compress very well.
3) How would they know your data is encrypted? Just put it all in an mkv container or something and voilla, it looks like video.
The issue isn't "Can you enforce license agreements?" the issue is "Can you sue someone who makes something to help other people break license agreements?"
Someday somebody has got to decide whether the typewriter is the machine, or the person who operates it.