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Infowar: The Hacktivists

Hilton Cordell Productions, 2000


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Resource information:
Resource IDkelly2000
Resource titleInfowar: The Hacktivists
Author(s)Patricia Kelly
Publication/ sourceHilton Cordell Productions
Date published 2000
Summary text/ abstractThe Hacktivists is a one hour documentary that explores the world of on-line activists. These are computer experts who are using the internet and cyberspace as very effective, new means of protest against global capitalism and the power of large transnational companies. We meet four main characters: Nart Villeneuve, a Canadian, Renaud Courvoisier, a Frenchman, Paul Mobbs from the UK and Ricardo Dominguez from the USA. Each has different skills and ways of operating but the internet allows them to pool their talents and work collaboratively on-line to challenge governments and corporations. Depending on your point of view, you may see them as 'internet warriors' trying to save the world, as 'cyberterrorists' out to break the law, or as foolish 'geekboys' causing digital mischief from the safety of their homes.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Politics
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