Since data connections is almost free/included in any mobile subscription today, internet becomes a available standard. Something that is always on and expected to be available free anywhere, 24/7, included in any price you already paid (airline ticket etc), since you have a boarding pass that could be used as a key if required to connect identity .
Should it be forced or is it up to every person, what should be common senses in this question of life on/offline?
Is it the rules suggested by the mother to her kid when getting a smart phone?
Or as you might learn in the military service in the field where you been striped searched before an training exercise and is forced offline for next 14 days?
More mobile providers are advertising time offline to recharge and recover, so you better can be at full speed when require. Even workplaces are now showing that their brand try to draw a line between work and free time.
- So will this happen again now, but with standard services and costs?