Endless? Not at all. Once precedent has been set them the law has context. No problem at all.It would be impractical for consumer protection laws to be specific for every possible kind of consumer good.
Those are questions to be pondered over, not sneered at, so I won't bother engaging with you there. I have some ideas about what I consider to be a healthy society, and the USA is pretty far off the path, however grounded and real it may feel to you.
If the policies are good policies that stand up for universal civil rights, opportunity, and a compassionate, healthy society then why not? Is competitiveness such a holy grail that all else must be sacrificed?Oh look, derailing accomplished. How irritating.
There is a world of difference in having a protracted conversation with another person on a mobile phone, and firing off a "Play my party mix playlist" to Siri. Voice commands taking the place of things that would distract you anyway (while you fumbled with a remote control) are not socially exclusionary. You're overplaying this, and it's more than a bit rude to suggest that a guy using Siri (once? twice? unknown) was neglecting his grandkids.