I like this idea. Dave Farrington explains:
Wouldn’t it be great to have an HOV lane for the internet? In other words, a somewhat private lane for traversing the interwebs without the congestion experienced by average users, and without the side streets that lead off into the darkness of malware, advertising, tracking, and the like.
Who could build such a thing?
Apple has both the cash and the technological chops to create an HOV lane for the company’s iPhone, iPad, and Mac customers, now numbering about 1-billion. Just as Apple provides 5GB of free online storage in iCloud, the company can easily afford to create a virtual private network that works only with Apple’s products.
I’d sign up in a minute.