Well, ok, there's lots of things that bother me about this, but one of them is that the consumers have been vocal about the data caps being a horrible tactic used against us since BigISP started employing them, and nobody cared. Why does it take another corporation to even get the FCC to budge?
That's how much my retired parents still pay to have the newspaper printed out and hand-delivered to their home 7 days a week, why would we tech-minded people not be eager to pay the same price for the same news minus the paper printing and delivery?
If it doesn't already exist, I'm coining a new phrase: "Corporate Narcissism." It's what makes corporations unable to see how anything they do could possibly be wrong, or viewed as wrong by a sane person.
It should be politically dangerous to accept money from the cable cartel. As bad as taking money from known mobsters. People who want to have a free internet and reasonable prices for access need to commit to publicly shaming any politician at any level who accepts those funds.
It seems to me its not so bad that getting tied to a FBI list of possibly dangerous people means you can't buy a gun. It's that you can't get off the list without dying first.
That to me seems to be the thing we should be looking at. If you could go to a court and have the FBI/CIA/NSA/Facebook present their evidence against you and contest it, I think it'd be a pretty good plan.
I think what the OP on this comment was trying to say was that no judge will ever throw out a case because of fair use. You can use it, but you may get sued. And the ones suing you have deeper pockets than you.