Chad Kohalyk’s review published on Letterboxd :
Despite the fact that all the opposed parties declined to be interviewed for this story, this movie does not come off overly partisan. This movie certainly is about an old law that needs revamping (once again, no one interviewed advocates the CFAA), and the US prosecutor comes off as vindictive (he refused to comment), but the core of the story is a question about the way that a society _should_ go about reforming laws that are considered unfair or out of date.
I followed the cases Aaron was involved in fairly closely, so there was not a lot of new information here for me. But I would recommend it to anyone that would like to know more about how technology and computers can be a political interest, not just a "nerd" interest.