If they can inject it... we can "uninject" it. I'm not against being told when I'm reaching my bandwidth cap, but to be honest, I'd rather get an email. I concur with an earlier commenter who shared their concerns regarding the possible "slippery slope" syndrome this technology could introduce.
Thats not to say Net Neutrality isn't important, just that until we convince ISPs to change their ways, there are things you can do to minimize the crap you have to put up with.
Huntington Beach, CA
Even in this instance, we only know it's Rogers 'cause the banner says it is. If it were just an ad, you wouldn't know unless you had a second ISP that didn't display the banner.