Two related items in the same week must be a sign, so check 'em out if you haven't seen 'em yet. Thing #1) The Pig and the Box. From the site:
The Pig and the Box is about a pig who finds a magic box that can replicate anything you put into it. The pig becomes so protective of it, and so suspicious of anyone that wants to use it, that he makes people take their copied items home in special buckets that act as... well, they're basically DRM. It's like a fable, except the moral of the story is very modern in tone.
I made the book after hearing how the entertainment industry in Canada is keen on teaching young kids about how to "respect" copyright. That was a bit heavy-handed, I thought, and otherwise despicable. Preying on small kids, brainwashing them so they believe what you're doing is honourable and good... Feh. So I wrote this book partly as a response to that venture, to counter-act the confused ideals that young'ns are being exposed to these days. Also, I wanted to write potty humour.
The reference to the entertainment industry in Canada is of course Captain Copyright... I have yet to share either of these sites with my 4-year old for his reaction.
Thing #2 comes from the EFF - a brief Flash movie called The Corruptibles, that explains in very simple scenerios the Audio Flag, Broadcast Flag, and the Analog Hole.