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Simply the Best Documentaries

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Planet Earth II Grasslands
Life of a Universe Creation
The Art of Germany: A Divided Land
History of the World: Survival
No Impact Man The Documentary
The Farthest
The Fantastic Mr Feynman
WWII In 3D
20,000 Days on Earth
Life: Primates
Honshu
Neanderthal 2
Space Station
Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Behind Closed Doors
Bugs a Rainforest Adventure
Bush and Clinton: Squandered Peace in New World Order
Land of Hope and Glory
The Moon
Into The Mind
Sea Monsters
Ape Genius
Courtship
Return to Jurassic Park
I Am Bruce Lee
Doc of the Dead
De Palma
Is Everything We Know about the Universe Wrong
The Science of Doctor Who
Samsara
Roads to Revolution
The Battle Of The Teutoburg Forest
Project Nim
Deep Web
King Arthur
Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here

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Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It
Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It 2015

The concept of a digital, decentralized currency is questioning things and the answers being spilled out are deep-seated, long-standing propositions that place a magnifying glass onto the seemingly untouchable financial institutions at the base of modern commerce. What may be uncovered in the philosophical, political, and economic questions could have radical implications for the rest of the 21st century". The documenteray ushers us in, not to explore simply Bitcoin, but to hint at the basis of trade, commerce, and civil society. Director Torsten's story of money is one filled with promise like a sunrise over a landscape of human spirit.

Category:Technology  Duration:60:00   

Exploit
Exploit 2016

The digital era gives rise to unprecedented opportunity to exploit, and be exploited. Troves of child pornography are available at the click of a mouse. Who are these children - and who profits from their abuse? While facilitating the darker side of our impulses, technology is also being touted as a cure to rehabilitate predators. In this episode meet the children who are forced to perform sex acts on camera; people who use the same technology to protect kids and nab the perpetrators; plus, a pedophile who reveals the roots of his addiction.

Category:Technology  Duration:28:19   Series: Dark Net

Addicted to Sexting
Addicted to Sexting 2015

A compelling (and sometimes humorous) look at the rise and proliferation of this social phenomenon from several varying perspectives and how the lives of those engaged in it are affected. Throughout the course of the film, we examine nearly every aspect of what has become a national and international pastime. A vast range of opinions give their input about this delicate subject and, as such, discussions with notable figures in the entertainment, political and medical fields (among others) are included. The film touches on the many high profile scandals surrounding public officials and the resulting consequences of their actions. In stark contrast, an honest look at the possibility of sexting as a positive development within the framework of healthy relationships is also presented. Sexting exists and is not likely to disappear anytime soon. "ADDICTED TO SEXTING" shows the why, how and what possible purpose it serves.

Category:Technology  Duration:1:20:00   

The Internets Own Boy. The Story of Aaron Swartz
The Internets Own Boy. The Story of Aaron Swartz 2014

the rise and fall of a tech industry prodigy. Interviews with his friends and loved ones paint a portrait of Swartz as a martyr of freedom of information and hail his fight for the public's right to access tax-funded academic and scientific research, culminating in a personally devastating two-year Federal lawsuit." An avid researcher who had previously accessed otherwise private databases, Swartz, acting "in the grand tradition of civil disobedience to declare... opposition to this private theft of public culture" used MIT computers to access tax-funded research that would otherwise be held privately by for-profit publishers, an incident many viewers may remember from national headlines just a few year ago. Though neither MIT nor the digital repository Swartz accessed pressed charges, a US Attorney stepped in and filed a 13-count felony charge against Swartz, threatening him with over $1 million in fines and up to 35 years of jail time. Despite the defense of his peers, these events launched Swartz into a two-year long downward spiral of withdrawal and depression. Aaron Swartz's untimely death at the age of 26.

Category:Culture  Duration:01:45:00   

 
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