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Control on our daily lives increases and privacy is disappearing. How is this exactly happening and in which way will it effect all our lives?

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Peter Vlemmix

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Cast

Credited cast:
Peter Vlemmix ... Himself
Inez Weski Inez Weski ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brenno de Winter Brenno de Winter ... Himself
Fukami Fukami ... Himself
Sven Gückes Sven Gückes ... Himself
Oliver Höfinghoff Oliver Höfinghoff ... Himself
Bart Jacobs Bart Jacobs ... Himself
Alexander Klöpping Alexander Klöpping ... Himself
Koen Martens Koen Martens ... Himself
McTyphoon McTyphoon ... Himself
Alexander Morlang Alexander Morlang ... Himself
Jan Swinkels Jan Swinkels ... Himself
Hans van de Sande Hans van de Sande
Ronald van den Berg Ronald van den Berg ... Himself
Rob van Kranenburg Rob van Kranenburg ... Himself
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Do you have "Nothing to hide?" That makes you one of many. But control on your personal live is increasing, and privacy is under attack. But how does this exactly work, why are the once liberal Netherlands especially privacytroubled, and when will you start to feel the consequences? Written by Peter Vlemmix

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Have you let the panopticon enter your life?

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25 September 2012 (Netherlands) See more »

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Highest rated and most viewed Dutch documentary of the year. Broadcast in several countries and hundred thousands online views See more »

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Brilliant documentary, definitely a must see for everybody who uses the internet
12 November 2013 | by capriabellaSee all my reviews

Brilliant documentary, definitely a must see for everybody who uses the internet on a regular basis. Its double encrypted! : That means nothing-every security professional knows that there are good and bad forms of encryption and its may only be a matter of time before we find out which one they used. Here's another problem, how much data do they store about us? You see in the end its up to the programmers to decide what their creations can and cannot do, they can lie and we would never know.

Excellent work ! Asking the right questions and showing the hidden facts. In the end it is up to individuals. You cannot ignore after watching this documentary that we are more and more living in a panopticon world. Scary but very realistic!


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