I watched Terms and Conditions May Apply at the weekend. It was mostly shockingly awful, utterly incapable of dealing with the online privacy debate with any depth, balance or intelligence.
It suffers from a couple of the problems with the conversation around online privacy I think. The first being that most people don’t actually care that much. So like any relatively marginal issue it only gets discussed by people who really care, leading to the discussion getting dominated by those with extreme views. Which is how we end up with a documentary that appears to be premised on the idea that any sharing of your personal information on the internet is just bad without bothering to consider any of the positives. And regardless of whether you did in fact choose to put it there.