Yup, that vote will be on the very next agenda. I imagine they'll justify it as a "privacy" issue for the faculty and staff and probably make some sort of claim that the reviews are misleading because they don't take into account some super secret data-set that students don't have access to. Based on that, they'll just take the whole thing offline.
What would prevent the hybrid ISP/content providers like Comcast from just slapping caps on their customers? Netflix and Hulu are viable because, for the most part, users have unlimited data for a monthly fee. What happens if that gets replaced with all the limits mobile providers are slapping on their customers these days? I'm not so sure this is going to be the bloodbath everyone expects.