Just to be clear, I don't think we'll be seeing them completely turn the internet into a total TV-style service all at once. This is a broad and incremental goal, they'll slowly roll it out through new ISP contracts in the years to come. First I think we'll see prices jacked up, next we'll likely see them wanting to charge users per download/upload.
Later, when many average joe sixpack can no longer afford those bills, they'll start to roll out 'web service packages' (for example: get Facebook, Google, Netflix, Hulu, NFL/sports streaming, Twitter, Instagram, AOL and Yahoo for just $19.95 per month!) In other words, like paying access for "channels"...
No pastebins, image boards, P2P, BT, blockchain, alternative media will be included in those packages. They'll allow those services to just die out over time. The newer generations won't even know what hit them. The old timers will be screwed and likely cut internet service altogether... and at that point, you'll be going back to drinking, using drugs, playing poker, shooting craps, playing board games or older retro video games hooked up to your TV, reading books, DIY projects / other hobbies, listening to your backup music collection and watching blu-rays, DVDs, VHS or Beta tapes (if you still have those).
Internet for the old timers will fade away, as the old generations reject Internet 2.0 and die away... then the New World Order takes over the brainwashed and subjugated hive minds.
I'm only glad I was able to experience the real internet and God damn it I am backing up everything I can! TV shows, movies, music, porno, memes, operating systems / software, retro games (roms and emulators), etc. I am backing up everything I can right now and storing it all offline for end times sake. I recommend everyone else do that too.