That's how a telecommunications company can EXTORT money, using their OWN CUSTONERS as hostages, even though those customers have paid fully for a service that exceeds this speed and capacity, by THROTTLING and then creating a SPEED LANE!
It is an ill wind that blows no good at all. The problem with this ham handed approach is that it will probably shoot a fly with a cannonball, and at a concomitant cost. Instead of Netflix paying, everybody will pay, through their taxes.
In the long term competition would even out the problem. If Comcast won’t show you Netflix, then Cox might. It is cases where the local infrastructure is a monopoly that create problems. I am not altogether unsympathetic to the idea of treating these monopolies as monopolies. The problem again is trusting a Democrat approach to do it. We will pay for a lot of overkill that way.