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 »
Written by Arthur Baker (as Arthur Henry Baker), Rasmus Olle Hagg, Dan Lissvik (as Dan Anders Lissvk), Sebastian Maschat, Erlend Øye (as Erlend Otre Oeye), Marcin Tadeusz Oez, Brian Wilson (as Brian Douglas WIlson), Jamie XX (as James Thomas Smith), John Robie
Performed by Jamie XX (as Jamie xx)
By arrangement with Universal Music Publishing / Downtown Music Publishing
Courtesy of The Young Turks / Beggars Group See more »
Great show, many reviewers missed the point
This film isn't about who won, it's how they won, it's not about who is using yiur data, it's the fact that they are. It's about data rights, not the right, not the left.....come on folks of IMDb you are cleverer than this. It's an important movie so watch it again.
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