[LAFKON] A movie about "Trusted Computing"

One of the hardest things to explain to non-technical people about the controversy over "technical measures", Digital Rights Management (DRM), and "trusted computing" is the question of "who has the keys to the digitial locks", and "who trust who".

A great way to explain why it matters who has the digital keys and whose idea of trust is being protected by this technology is through an animated short by Benjamin Stephan and Luts Vogel. (See also: Archive.org information on movie)

Why should you trust people who don't trust you, and that use digital locks to disallow you access to and control of your own personal property such as computers and portable multimedia devices?