Maybe there are two sides to this argument
There are. One of them is a greedy and abusive minority sucking in the ignorant with lies.
as with any "open access" to a resource
Network bandwidth isn't open access.
The challenge for an ISP or telco is to strike that balance between reasonable pricing and protecting the reasonable majority from a handful of excessive users
That's not a challenge for anyone. Congestion avoidance is a solved problem, an automated algorithm, _the_ automated algorithm that picks what to send or drop next. If "excessive users" are interfering with anybody else, causing that interference was an explicit choice by the ISP.
I really don't think his value to humanity consists of him spending his airtime talking about what self-entitled theocrats and oligarchs and warlords and just plain kleptocrats want him to talk about. I think his value to humanity consists of him spending his airtime talking about what they _don't_ want him to talk about, because he's one of the few people who actually know that stuff first-hand.
Murder requires intent to kill
A person is presumed to intend the reasonably foreseeable consequences of his voluntary act
[Technically,] cases that involve negligence or reckless disregard for safety [...] are NOT "murder"
Yes, they are. The line between manslaughter and murder is "behaves in a way that shows extreme, reckless disregard for life and results in the victim's death".
Apparently AMD's hardware absolutely rocks on the next-gen architectures like those two, and Vulkan being directly based on Mantle can't hurt even a teensy bit.
AMD being the king-of-the-hill for VR would make a world my ooooh-goody-competition-means-good-prices little heart is just piiiiining for.
The only possible interpretation of any research whatever in the `social sciences' is: some do, some don't. -- Ernest Rutherford