A depressing reflection of a pervasive and thoroughly modern malaise.
Not just a documentary about Internet privacy, but a non-fiction horror flick for anyone who blindly agrees to user licensing agreements online (a.k.a. everyone).
The film presents some worthwhile information, but in a painfully uncreative manner.
The term "opting in" suggests a matter of choice. But as the thoughtful and spirited documentary "Terms and Conditions May Apply" makes chillingly clear, choices are few for netizens.
A quietly appalled we-really-oughta-do something documentary ...
The title of "Terms and Conditions May Apply" is unlikely to excite, but the content of this quietly blistering documentary should rile even the most passive viewer.
Terms And Conditions may not be a particularly well-made doc, but it provides a much-needed wake-up call.
A wide-ranging, if shallow, exploration of intrusive government surveillance practices.
It presents a terrifying reality -- the future is now! -- where all of the things we consider to be personal and private in our lives are easily accessible to anyone anywhere with a few clicks of a keyboard