That's nothing: the German VG Wort has managed to persuade a judge to rule that each and every single quotation of textbook sources in lecture notes university professors offer their students have to be paid separately starting 2016. As a consequence professors consider not offering ANY quotes (but simply links to the original source) or offering NO scripts at all, so everyone has to attend the lectures.
Remember, Comcast's own support documents have shown that these caps are in no way technically necessary.
No need to go there, just think about the fact that Comcast Comcast's own streaming TV service does not count against the caps and the whole "The more bits you use, the more you pay" BS goes right out of the window.
Let's just write up another song. It's such a simple, mindless song that we can surely conjure up another similar Public Domain version in a matter of minutes.
Of course someone could but that's not the issue. The issue is that something that clearly should belong to everyone since it's already deeply ingrained in popular culture could be profited from by a company.