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Democracy: Im Rausch der Daten (2015)

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... See full summary »

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David Bernet
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Cast

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Jan Philipp Albrecht Jan Philipp Albrecht ... Himself
Viviane Reding Viviane Reding ... Herself
Ralf Bendrath Ralf Bendrath ... Himself
John Boswell John Boswell ... Himself
Paolo Balboni Paolo Balboni ... Himself
Séan Kelly Séan Kelly ... Himself
Peter Hustinx Peter Hustinx ... Himself
Giovanni Buttarelli Giovanni Buttarelli ... Himself
Katarzyna Szymielewicz Katarzyna Szymielewicz ... Herself
Joe McNamee Joe McNamee ... Himself
Antoine Fobe Antoine Fobe ... Himself
Wouter van Ballegooij Wouter van Ballegooij ... Himself
Tanguy van Overstraeten Tanguy van Overstraeten ... Himself
Alexander Alvaro Alexander Alvaro ... Himself
Timothy Kirkhope Timothy Kirkhope ... Himself
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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.

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English | German | French | Polish | Japanese

Release Date:

12 November 2015 (Germany) See more »

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Democracy See more »

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Black and White | Color (TV version)
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Towards the end of the movie, Joe McNamee, the executive director of EDRi, is filmed while cycling through Brussels. At that moment, he was on his way to the United States Embassy. See more »

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Utter garbage, black and white film for no reason.
10 July 2016 | by b-62829See all my reviews

The whole movie is in black and white for no apparent reason. Most of the film is in English despite being advertised as "German". Uninteresting bullshit about the EU data protection laws, lots of missed chances. Could've been a good movie but they mad it shitty. Half of the movie is just people walking around with no voice or text, just music playing in the background. The pictures / videos of the European Parliament could have been interesting, if they weren't black and white garbage. For text overlays, they had color, but not for the movie, totally a deal breaker for me. Content wise it's just the usual yada yada that everyone heard a 100 times in the news thanks to Snowden. Really nothing new there. Good movie to recommend to your enemies.


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