It's the newer generation the streaming industry wants, and they usually don't have the capacity to understand what it means to vote with their wallet.
I expect streaming to be more common, less hobby electronics/pc-building and tinkering, and even Norway, that has been one of the last few countries to try to provide fast fiber net for most of our fellow comrades, has gone above and beyond to rectify this, but personally I would be very sceptical to what I sign on to.
When we sign on a contract for fiber the contract is pretty vague on what "unwanted and illegal traffic" is/are, but then again who doesn’t want fast internett?
I just hope the private industry doesn't get free roam to push people into corners. Killing net-neutrality and a conservative internet is making the future somewhat bleak, both art like games and internet especially : https://www.engadget.com/2019/01/31/sex-censorship-killed-internet-fosta-sesta
I'm just glad that net-neutrality still means something in Norway so my ISP can't shrink my bandwidth just because I don't play Battlefield 8 Online and would rather play TESVIII Online :)
And tinyE - I would PAY a service to not
see you constantly argue with your mom. At the same time - seeing you feeding banana to your donkeys might be worth it all vs nothing at all :P