Yes. … he gets into Right to Repair and the needs for it at about 25 mins in. Then he talks about how new Mac T2 (MacBook Air) and their restriction to repairers (only those with Apple diagnostics). Describes it as a ‘guillotine’ hanging over the repair industry, as all new parts need to be ‘synchronised to the software’. Then back to wider copyright law (and its abuse) and Right to Repair about 30 mins in. At 58 mins, he covers the issue in Norway (Apple claiming illegal import and trademark infringement and counterfeit, which was ultimately thrown out by court). Then discusses issues around control of ecosystems more widely. Good overview.