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I saw it some time ago and although it's really more of a satirical look at the lunacy of copyright law it does raise some really interesting points. It's concerning to me that we seem to be heading down a road where a handful of mp3s can be considered more valuable than a person's lifetime earnings, or where a British citizen can be extradited to the US to face criminal charges over copyright violations that have no legal precedent in the UK. I am not sure how any sane person can imprison another for listening to music or linking to media. I think it is truly one of the most succinct examples of how corporate interests are shaping modern life for the worst.
Other than that, yup.