He doesn't sound much like a libertarian. More like a Republican trying to look cool.
Umm, I pay Comcast to delivery content to me. If I want to stream video from a content provider, that's my decision. I make the request, not the content provider. The request for data is coming from Comcast's customer, not the content provider.
If Comcast is losing money because of the requests that I make, then they need to change their pricing structure with me, not blackmail the content provider.
We need enforcement of current laws. I have never, never, seen anyone pulled over for talking or texting on the phone. Let alone charged for it.
And if we're talking about context-sensitive devices, how about a car that extends a 4" spike from the steering wheel every time it sense you fscking around with your phone.
It is better to live rich than to die rich. -- Samuel Johnson