What is certain in this story is that the two Kings are now facing a simple problem: the internet is much bigger that they expected it to be when they passed their bills.
It is not endangered anymore. The structure supporting the musicians, though, really is in trouble.
To stop this happening, the Kings must amend their laws.
This is no fairy tale: it is the reality of what we are facing every day in our fight with Google and YouTube.
How long will our main sources of streaming revenue (Spotify and Apple Music) survive if their subscription services are in competition with a free service?
How long will it be before you will be able to listen to YouTube on all your devices in the background of other applications?