NOTHING TO HIDE - The documentary about surveillance and you

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Stefan Froberg, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. Stefan Froberg

    Stefan Froberg Registered Member

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    Creative Commons release (Oct. 2017)
    Foreword: The film is released on the Internet for free. Its production though has a cost, feel free to make a donation if you want to support the film: leetchi.com/c/project-nothing-to-hide
    About the Creative Commons license:
    The license Creative Commons – Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) allows you:
    - to watch and share the film for free in four languages (English, French, German, Spanish) if you give credit to the authors and share the link of the website (nothingtohidedoc.wordpress.com/).
    - to organize a public screening without paying any royalties as long as the entrance to the screening is free and open to everyone.
    - For commercial screenings (with entrance fee, yearly fee or restricted to certain audiences, i.e. conferences) and for broadcasting, contact the authors on the website (nothingtohidedoc.wordpress.com/).
    - You are invited to make a donation to contribute paying the production of the film and its upcoming follow-up.

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    https://www.orwell1984.today/videos/NOTHING_TO_HIDE_The_documentary_about_surveillance_and_you.mp4
    
    http://ukp5un24mpxbqcpu.onion/videos/NOTHING_TO_HIDE_The_documentary_about_surveillance_and_you.mp4
    
    
     
  2. Cache

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    Thanks for posting. An excellent film and the analogy between the current mass online surveillance and the Stasi surveillance in the former East Germany was chilling.
     
  3. Carver

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    It is better to acknowledge that you are being surveiled and finish what you are doing.
     
  4. RockLobster

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    Thanks for posting that excellent documentary Stefan, that is a no holds barred look at a future that is looming for all of us.
    Every American should watch it.
    Aside from the links Stefan posted it is also available to watch on YouTube.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXG3HZtdUxU
     
  5. Minimalist

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    Interesting documentary indeed. Might be an eye opener for many.
     
  6. Stefan Froberg

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    I just read the following from http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/stasi-museum-germany-surveillance-1.4364771

    "If the documents contained in the building were laid out end to end, they would stretch for 10 kilometres. And if you added in the documents from the main headquarters in Berlin and 11 other outposts, they would reach 158 kilometres."

    Good god ... those Stasi agents over 25 years ago were very effective considering the resources and technology they had at the time. :eek:
     
  7. zapjb

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    USA still the best. But getting worse!
    Less than 10% will believe or care.
    The idea that's scary to me in the near future [or now] those that put any barrier to protect their privacy will be dogged & persecuted.
     
  8. RockLobster

    RockLobster Registered Member

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    Yes and like one guy in the documentary said about totalitarian rule, people think it couldn't happen here, what they don't realise is, everything to prevent it is being removed, everything to enable it has been implemented.
    All except the people. So the question is no longer if it could happen, its when and who.
     
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