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Himself - Narrator:
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No wonder Netflix was promoting this documentary so hard. My girlfriend watched it first and quickly recommended it to me. It truly is one of the best documentaries I've ever watched, and in my Top 5!
I'll be re-watching it again next week, so hopefully I can add a bit more to the review once I re-watch it.
Firstly - The graphics, animations and typography used were wonderful, it really complimented the well thought out and structured film.
It gave an easy to view look at how the world is changing, and how these big companies/government agencies are a real threat to our privacy. The ONE thing missing from this Documentary, was how we (the people) can fight back against this kind of privacy violations, but then again.. can we fight back at all?
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