I was having a conversation about this particular meme.
It depicts how Netflix was the perfect solution for its time. Then things got kind of sharded, and the meme suggests in a witty way that people are missing piracy once again, since they always yearn for that super simple solution.
We are bound by silos. No doubt about it.
Freedom is a very elusive thing, if we drill down deep enough.
And I said: I think most streaming services are not true pay-per-use, but rather eat all you can. Thus they sort of do give consumers the freedom (of having a lot of content), but at the same time they teach a rather unhealthy binge, due to the perceived value of such a service being greater when you consume more for the same price. But none of the streaming services give the ultimate freedom of having any and all of the content.