Things are well done, when you don’t need to worry if they exist or not.
Too much data available is disabling decision making.
It means throwing away everything you’ve been using over the years.
Does it have an economic effect on the industry?
For example Google’s search has a natural feedback mechanism of users clicking on the best search results appearing on top. In result, best search results remain the best.
Growth is expensive, because the network doesn’t scale economically like storage and compute do. The operating expenses of compute and storage becomes cheaper per unit as scale increases, but this is not the case with the network.