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2016 | 1h 30m | Documentary
A look at the global impact the internet has on free speech, privacy and activism
Nicholas de Pencier's expansive documentary Black Code examines the complex impact the internet has had on free speech and privacy. On the one hand, it has exponentially increased governments' abilities to spy on their citizens, and allowed businesses to do the same; on the other, the fact that the web is largely unpoliced has made it a godsend for protest movements, allowing them a channel to counteract government and corporate propaganda.