|25.02. / Thursday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 4|
1.4 billion people are on Facebook. But even though we voluntarily share our otherwise completely private information on the social network – and even if we just as voluntarily give Facebook permission to use our information and make money off it – very little is known about the secretive business itself. For example, how is the world's largest public space controlled and monitored? Why are pages and posts censored? And why does Facebook keep data, even after the user has deleted it? 'Like' it or not – here is a film that will make you think twice before leaving your next digital footprint in Facebook's eternal memory. Meet, among others, the author Peter Øvig Knudsen, whose book Hippie was too much for Facebook with its historical pictures of bare breasts and 1970s permissiveness. Facebook is the most visible symptom of the increasingly closed and centralised Internet, but it is also a social revolution with a great democratic potential.
Edmund Joliffe, Julian Hamlin
Felicity Willetts, Jakob Gottschau
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