Hasnt Internet been a long line of huge capability, followed by oversell, followed by developments to use the capability, followed by backpedalling as companies realize they can no longer treat it as an unlimited resource?
I remember it with number of phone lines, with CPU (number of users on servers), with harddrive space (limits on email, how much webspace given users, etc), with logins, with concurrent connections, with port numbers, with IP numbers. People became more continually online with more machines at the same time and running incredibly huge apps. If there is XXX available then developers will find a way to allow "users" to use it.
Im not saying that the statement isnt true. But it feels abit like the guy in the horror movies who is saying "ok we should be safe here". Saying it should come with a change in the background music.