What on earth are you talking about? Firstly, toll roads aren't built for big corporations with money. They are simply built as another revenue source from EVERYONE. And as for you point about small businesses not affording the server/speeds compared to big corporations - well that's just daft. Servers are SO much more affordable now than ever. 10 years ago I couldnt even dream of server in my house, now I have two bloody PE2950's. Sure, a big corporation could buy an entire datacentre, but atleast I can work on getting into the market without shelling out tens of thousands.
If you want to drive a truck on the highway, you pay much more than for a small car. So if you are individual you can not afford to drive a truck on the highway, because it will be too expensive for you. But, if you are individual or small business, you will not be able to afford a truck anyway. So if you are small, you can not beat the big companies, because either they will crush you with a better offer to your key customers or they will buy your business. They can afford to offer better to your customers, because they can work even at loss, just to make a pressure on small companies, beating them into a failure. The analogy holds for servers and data centers. Even if you have own server, I doubt you can serve video streaming to thousand of visitors, plus data processing of user videos, search queries and other little services that everyone loves to offer. So, I still stand what I said in my original post. Nothing new under the sun. The big companies eat the small.
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