Let me disambiguate your response.
Somehow, you have the pomposity to believe your own PR. That's not unusual.
Whether de facto, de jure, de legis, amazingly, you agree that there is a monopoly, so there's hope for you. When the TCA wrested control of communications infrastructure away from the states, who in turn made sure that they could give it up by strangling what was left of Tariff 12 and any other theories of local communications companies, this legislation was bought and paid for. Fie on you for asserting any other theory.... I watched the fleets of lawyers make the rounds of the congressional buildings in DC.
But this is also about the topic of privacy, and where DNS comes in is pretty amusing. There's a lot of $$$ being made selling DNS hit info to the miners of ads, not to mention those that extract ostensible meaningful trend data, or perhaps worse-- dark data. It's revenue based upon the emaciation of privacy, and as onerous as deep packet filtering.
Summary: yes, monopolies, yes litigious, yes they'll go kicking and screaming through the courts dragging things down for decades, no they have no interests in giving up any of their revenue streams because it took a lot of bribery/campaign contributions/"PR" to get their way and finally yes they're claws have even more entanglements whose talons will be exorcised one at a time, causing the great Satans of monopolies to scream.