Only on slashdot and other tech blogs can something so trivial as the PS3's DRM be considered as bad as what happened to Lisa McPherson, or any other number of deaths, morbidities or other horror stories to come out of the COS.
Hell, once I saw someone say that we should riot in the street Egyptian style because of what Sony's doing. Here's a bit of perspective. Egyptians rioted on the streets because they couldn't eat. Not because they can't play Xbill and Nethack on their consoles.
The link between the items mentioned in the summary is not that 'These things are bad in a similar way/to a similar degree', but rather 'These things are backed by entities with huge resources, and said entities would all put those resources to bare in an effort to have materials removed.'