This video was shot for YouthNoise (an activist group) when I was attending the anti-Corporate water footprinting meeting:
Besides one problem (widehead!), this video is mostly accurate. I think I said more about aid for developing countries, but "No" was my answer.
Bottom Line: Neither private nor public water systems are better -- both can have problems.
Addendum: Noah Hall sent me this video debunking the "evil Nestle" case described in the movie FLOW, which I disliked. (In the clip above, I say that Nestle Waters NA made a big mistake in McCloud -- that was because they paid too little, not because they were taking too much.) I asked Noah if Nestle paid for it. He says "Yep. Nestle paid for it, but I didn't take (or was offered) a penny. I did it for free the same way I currently represent the Sierra Club fighting coal plants, and for the same reason, namely good policy."