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The Information Age 

Society's adoption of the Internet; Microsoft, browser wars, and the antitrust case brought against Microsoft; the Apple saga; online commerce and dot-com retailers such as Amazon and eBay; the hysteria surrounding Y2K.

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Episode credited cast:
Marc Andreessen Marc Andreessen ... Himself - CEO, Netscape (archive footage)
Ken Auletta ... Himself - Author, 'World War 3.0' / 'Googled'
Steve Ballmer ... Himself - Executive Officer, Microsoft / CEO, Microsoft (archive footage)
Jim Barksdale Jim Barksdale ... Himself - CEO, Netscape (archive footage)
Jeff Bezos ... Himself - Chairman and CEO, Amazon Inc. (archive footage)
John Blackstone John Blackstone ... Himself - CBS News (archive footage)
David Boies ... Himself - Prosecuting Attorney, U.S. v. Microsoft
Cynthia Bowers Cynthia Bowers ... Herself - CBS News (archive sound)
Sergey Brin Sergey Brin ... Himself - Co-founder, Google (archive footage)
Tom Brokaw ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Sandra Bullock ... Herself (archive footage)
Chris Bury ... Himself - ABC News (archive footage)
Bill Cameron ... Himself - CBC News (archive footage)
Steve Case Steve Case ... Himself - CEO, America Online (archive footage)
Stewart Cheifet ... Himself - Fmr Host, Computer Chronicles
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Society's adoption of the Internet; Microsoft, browser wars, and the antitrust case brought against Microsoft; the Apple saga; online commerce and dot-com retailers such as Amazon and eBay; the hysteria surrounding Y2K.

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13 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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