Answer: If a consumer was going to order products on online, they likely would be inclined todo so anyway. They have the right to do that now. The probability that a consumer would drive to another state to buy products without filters is not rational from a cost-benefit standpoint. It would be cheaper for the adult consumer who wanted to have the filter deactivated to just pay the one time filter deactivation fee at the local retailer than it would be for them to spend the time and gas money to cross state lines to purchase. Most minors don’t have the means to travel to other states to purchase products that distribute the internet, and it would be cheaper for adults who want to have access to child pornography, prostitution hubs, and obscenity to simply pay the filter deactivation fee when they buy the product from the local dealer.