There do appear to be some hiccups on steam's end. Young Horses (developers of Octodad: Dadliest Catch) reported that something like 80% of the returns they've experienced were outside steam's two-week return window. Specifically purchases from 2-5 months ago. The opinion from the dev seems to be that this is something that will be fixed soon and isn't worth stressing over.
I dunno. Personally, I think there's a reasonable possibility of confusion between breweries and wineries. I'm not sure that the average person draws that much distinction between the two. That said, I think the case for confusion would be a lot stronger if they were sharing company names, rather than just product line names.
So, as much as it makes me nauseous to defend this sort of thing, the Kickstarter was fairly clear that the distribution channel would be Flixter. It was posted in the FAQ portion of the movie's kickstarter page. It was also clear that it would only be available in a list of countries, not globally. As much as I think the idea of confining distribution to Flixter is absolute shit (and it is, make no mistake about it), the campaign was upfront about it. It was not a bait and switch.
So, I have Comcast's Performance internet plan, which (I am told) accords me 25mbps. I have, at no point, ever breached 3mbps. Why in the name of all that is good, would I want to pay them more money so that they can fail to deliver a greater percentage of what I pay for? If they actually delivered 25mbps, I would probably take one of the many, many calls they irritatingly make to me asking me to upgrade to their 50mbps plan.
Given the other items on the list, it seems to be listing people who can conduct recording, suggesting it means that law enforcement can still record criminal behavior, not that you can record law enforcement.