Digitalization has changed society. While data is becoming the "new oil", data protection is becoming the new "pollution control". This creative documentary opens an astonishing inside view...
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Digitalization has changed society. While data is becoming the "new oil", data protection is becoming the new "pollution control". This creative documentary opens an astonishing inside view into the lawmaking milieu on EU level. A compelling story of how a group of politicians try to protect todays society against the impact of Big Data and mass surveillance.
It's about the democratic process inside the EU, not the issue at hand.
The other guy who reviewed clearly missed the point of the film, intentionally or unwisely.
The whole idea is that EU is not an undemocratic institution that spewing unnecessary documents like Eurosceptics has claimed. Quite the contrary, it is probably the only place where young idealists like Albrecht could make a contribution for the betterment of the European people. National politics are often dominated by shady and well connected dynasties, making meaningful progress impossible.
International institutions like the EU is the only place where young people doesn't have to surrender to the political establishment due to the perfect balance of power and project their vision into the future, it could still be quite difficult but it is the only place where all is possible.
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