I might do a YouTube video on this.
In the United States, privacy is something a lot of us take very seriously. I also think what they're doing is illegal. They are not affiliated with the government, they aren't law enforcement, they don't have warrants. They're conducting domestic surveillance essentially. I'd like to see it go to the Supreme Court to hear their take on it because it could also go the other way - you're on their network so they reserve the right to monitor you.
It's all the more reason to buy a logless VPN.
I like the way it was before, where if somebody was abusing the network by doing illegal things, then the copyright holder had to go get a court order for an ISP to hand over somebody's information.
It's sad because you can boycott ISPs that cooperate with this, but what happens when they all start cooperating? It's not like you can just create your own ISP.
In the end, it just boils down to money-hungry jerks that suck at protecting their content, so they make everyone else suffer.