I will continue to use geo-unblocking or whatever replaces it unless it actually does become illegal, which would be a huge mistake, and I will do this with a clear conscience. In my opinion, the arguments presented against this are illogical and incorrect, but those presenting them certainly have every right to believe what they do.
The only thing I will add is that the music industry only changed its way of doing business when it was forced to by the actions of its customers. I think something of the same is happening here. Ultimately content will be made more widely available, and will become easier to access. This will happen because technology and attitude will have made it possible for consumers to write their own rules. This I applaud. You can spew on about contracts and tort law and the like all you want, but commerce is not a one-way proposition. Yes, the sellers can make up any rules and conditions they like, but so can the buyers. This is the great thing about a free market. If customers vote with their feet, things will change. That is what is starting to happen.