(Discussion) What are the sociopolitical implications of a private company (ISP) in a market where there is little to no alternative competition deciding what content you have open access to and what content you must pay extra to access?
Look at any government that controls what the people can see.
Now replace government with monopoly, and "what's best for you" with "profiting from what's best for you."
Apps with in app purchases!
Yeah, them too. XM was so great, and now they're gone and Sirius got even worse.
Obvious implication is obvious: X entity controls what you have access to, they're going to make sure that you have the easiest access to sites that support politicians, issues, and perspectives that encourage the success and profit of X entity.
Well argued! I graciously concede your point.