Bored, gave up...
It's not that there weren't some interesting ideas here. The flaw was in the execution.
Essentially, everyone in this future has AR -- accessed via 'the Ether' -- built into them using some sort of future technology. The how isn't important.
But it means interminable scenes of people just sitting there staring vacuously into space, watching endless computer graphics flash and float past. Clive Owen's interrogations consist of him sitting there and staring blankly at the perp/victim. Another scene has a bunch of cops in a conference room trying to identify Anon... again, it's just them staring off into the air, murmuring the occasional comment so that the viewers can be assured that THIS IS EXCITING! Eeesh...
It really needed some sort of action a la Minority Report to keep us engaged. Instead we get exciting scenes of eyeball closeups and irises changing size. Yawn!
(Yes, I get that, strictly speaking, waving your hand around in the air to scroll past virtual screens wasn't required... this was more about a cinematic choice to bring some energy to listless scenes.)
I had to laugh at Clive Owen's undercover work. He sets up a fake identity as a broker working at a high-end firm. His office consists of a bunch of office drones sitting quietly at tidy desks devoid of computers, notepads, calendars, business cards... all the stuff you would typically find on a desk.
Presumably they are doing all their work by accessing 'the Ether' which leads me to ask an obvious question: Why do they even need an office to do this? They could just as easily be sitting in a coffee shop/ on a beach/ at home doing this.