Slashdot is running a story on how Time-Warner is considering moving to a per-gigabyte service fee. According to them, 5 percent of their customers use over 50 percent of the network. So, because of these few "bad apples," they'll make everyone pay more. Steven Levy of the Washington Post has an interesting theory that Time-Warner is trying to hobble movie rentals via iTunes (trying to keep their pay-per-view stuff alive in the process).
I hope above anything else that this 'idea' of theirs never sees the light of day. Capping folks at 5-gigabytes (which is their current idea ... can you believe that?) is incredibly poor judgment. This kind of thing will single-handedly destroy the online viewing capabilities of Netflix, it will ruin online gaming, and it will make MSDN subscriptions irrelevant.
And that might just be Time-Warner's ultimate goal. Let's hope they fail in every way possible.