There have been caps on home data for some time. However many home internet providers have removed caps over the past few years as data demands have increased. Everyone streams video these days. Either you are watching youtube videos here and there or watching Netflix. My family watches more internet video than cable by far. I feel like I would have no problem with converting fully to internet video and doing away with cable. Comcast is apparently feeling the pain of consumer over use of the internet. They have decided to cap their subscribers at 1TB. For most people 1TB will be unattainable, but for anyone who torrents files or just simply watches all or a large part of their video content online it would be very easy to go over this limit. Comcast customers had previously had no cap to their data so as you an imagine this has no sat well with customers. The above video has 60,000+ dislikes and only 287 likes. Should internet providers cap your data?