At the time of the release of this documentary, the 'case' of the main aggrieved party featured, Caroll, to find out the 'data' held on him, was - initially - successful (i.e. in Jan. 2019): so he - through his shown onscreen lawyer, Naik- actually 'won': but Caroll wanted more: viz. the source AND the basis of that revealed data held on him, that was used ('harvested') to create the behavioral predictions made (formatted) on him; plus the details of any parties with which that data had been shared - i.e. the curiosity to know how a "mass sentiment" change (as noted in the documentary) might be effected - but which failed (read, was frustrated) when Cambridge Analytica went into voluntary liquidation (administration), which curtails the case with no further defendant. See more »
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After seeing this I'm thinking that I might want to close my Facebook account. We live in a crazy world these days where people will do just about anything to survive wth using social media for data mining and anything. All part of the bigger design for us to see ourselves more clearly I'm starting to think and perhaps good for a reorganization of how we do things but it will probably get more crazier before it gets saner. I suggest rather than making an opinion to watch this title based on the reviews you see on imdb and Rotten Tomatoes, go watch it for yourself and come up with your own opinions. . .we now know that many reviews are put out by bots and paid writers so it's hard to get what's real these days. The only way is for one to start thinking for themselves rather than just believing what others say or social media says. You'll find all the answers inside.
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