We are trying to do to movies what we did to software with open source. Reduce its value so much that the people working in the industry struggle to survive
Huh? That's not what open source did at all. It shifted the value from copying software to creating software. People are still paid to write open source software, it's just that now most of them are paid by companies who want the features added (or the bugs fixed) directly, rather than by some middlemen that want to charge per copy.
That would be a major change to contract law
Antitrust / monopoly regulations trump contracts in a number of cases already.
Doesn't even require Safari - there's a password assistant built into the OS, even though it's not exposed as an application.
For those wanting more than a vague hint: it's in the Keychain Access app. The New Password Item menu item brings up a dialog box that lets you generate a password matching various criteria.
We bought a new house last year and it was a few months before it was on most maps. The number of delivery drivers that got lost was incredible. We gave them clear directions from the nearest main road, but most of them couldn't manage to follow them. Our road is just past a large office block and so all they needed to do was get to that office building (been there for decades, on all of the maps) and then follow the road around. We also told them which turning to take off the road that led to that one. It appears that most of them could not read street signs and didn't know whether they were heading towards or away from the city centre.
 OpenStreetMap had it before we looked at it, Google still doesn't. I still find the comment that OSM is a parody from the Google Maps lead amusing - apparently looking pretty is far more important than having accurate data.
A lithium-ion battery is basically a bomb with a small circuit saying 'don't explode, don't explode, don't explode'. They're banned from aircraft holds because the don't-explode circuits turn out not to be as reliable as previously thought. It amazes me that I'm allowed to carry a few of them onto a plane, but not a small bottle of water (though I can buy one at an overprices shop, or I can buy something a lot more flammable in Duty Free).
When all else fails, read the instructions.