The problem with this is that someone, sooner or later, is going to
take a run at people trying to set up what amounts to a set of contractual
requirements that exceed legal requirements - and then enforce them network
The collusive aspect of this is downright scary, especially when coupled
with threats of depeering, active denial of service attacks, etc.
If I am an ISP, I'm free to have whatever AUP I want. IF clients don't like
the AUP, they are free to shop elsewhere. I don't have the ability to force
other ISPs to use my AUP or even a close facsimile...nor is there is a
method to enforce your 1984 vision anyway. The net is a loose connection of
public and private links. If I own a private link and I decide that I'm
going to route you into /dev/null...that's what I'll do. There isn't a
thing you can do about it.
There are a lot of "questionable" things that this industry does, but IMHO
this one is near or at the top of the list of things I'd talk to my counsel
Knock yourself out. Be sure to let us know what your legal eagle has to say
on the matter.