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Digital Dissidents

Digital Dissidents

Digital Dissidents are the warriors of the digital age: republican patriots, radical anarchists and cyber-hippies fighting side by side for transparency and privacy in a digital world which is permeating our lives more and more. For this they are imprisoned, live in exile, and have lost careers and families. Why do they do it? What motivates them? What are they warning us about?

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IMDb Rating: 7.7

Release date: Dec. 16, 2018

Runtime: 90 Min.

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