Only if it's fast enough
You can't get the speed from satellite, sorry. It's just not possible and the latency is horrible. It's like the dial-up of broadband and you can be sure they're spamming users with advertising too, just like the free dial-up providers did back in the day. So no, I wouldn't.
And how they gonna pay for them, let alone get them up there? Plus low orbit, means they have to go up against military and spy satellites. How about frequencies? That is government controlled and it wont be allowed if it inter-fears with say GPS or other signals. Look at that system that got killed off because it in 1% of cases maybe gave problems to GPS systems. There a ton of unanswered questions.and they're using 100's of small, low orbit, cube satellites.
Website is just a portal. Networks can be controlled via everything from port blocking to packet sniffing and so on. Or they can just say that each user has 250kb of speed which in the US is considered "highspeed internet"... but in reality cant run sites like youtube.I don't think the websites can control content thru connections that easily. Now, TV Networks or other entertainment providers already do control content thru their websites and I don't see that changing, unless they can get mega buck advertisers from sheer volume usage.
Napster stole music and gave it away.. bit of a difference. What changed the music industry was the iPod and iTunes, but it did not change it enough. What is changing the music industry now, is Spotify and similar systems, that allow you to listen to all the music you want for a small fee with no ads, or for free with ads. That is the future of music.You know Napster, essentially changed the way the music industry worked by providing songs for free. I can listen and download practically anything from Youtube. Haven't bought an album in decades, just download MP3's or vids.
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