A profound look behind the shrouded universe of Internet. When we share something on the web we don't know whether it's still there or no. In all actuality there are organizations whose activity is to evacuate things that they don't care for, for example, viciousness, sex entertainment and political substance. In this narrative film we pursues five from those individuals who work in this field.
The line between responsible oversight and outright censorship on the internet is explored in great detail in this absorbing German documentary...A terrific documentary, timely and more than a little frightening.
You'll learn more about Facebook's devastating relationship to the Myanmar genocide of the Rohingya Muslims in the 88 minutes of this incredibly timely German documentary than you will from four hours of Apple News bits, bites and bobs.
Filmmakers Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck reveal a hidden view of the withering, worrying power of behemoth social media platforms with this documentary about the online clean-up crews who endlessly decide between deleting or ignoring disputed content.