In a meta full of resource-based economy (Security Testing, Symmetrical Visage, Kati Jones, etc.), this is indeed a powerful asset for the corp. At the beginning of your turn, trash any resource the runner has installed. Loaded up Kati? Earthrise? It's dead.
But the additional cost... is so steep. Is it worth trashing a Hostile Takeover to trash any resource? It can be a hard decision to make. I admit that I was incredibly skeptical about this card. Sure, trashing resources for free once a turn is nice, but sacrificing an agenda for it? That seems too high.
Until I found ninj7's Exclusivity NBN Glacier deck build and my whole perspective changed. In the build, ninj7 uses License Acquisition to function as a sort of Eliza's Toybox, allowing you to install and rez Corporate Town for free. Using this card in a glacier deck ensures that you're nearly guaranteed to pop at least one of their resources.
In this case, my normal playstyle with this card includes installing License Acquisition behind some kind of hard ETR like Little Engine or Tollbooth, scoring it, and then installing Corporate Town in that same server, either from hand or archives. Now the server, which they already couldn't get into because of the ice in front of it, becomes even more dangerous because the runner can't install resources until this asset is trashed. If it's installed behind a Tollbooth, the runner will need at least 9 credits in order to trash this asset, and the runner can't use resources to get those credits. Brutal.
I imagine there are other types of builds that will use this card. Many glacier builds utilizing 1-point agendas (or other kinds of tricks) can punish a runner.
--This card is like Archer: in the right deck, incredibly destructive by prohibiting runner's momentum. For other decks, it'll be significantly less useful.