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Since the summer of 2010 until now, Swedish television has been following WikiLeaks, a network of secret means, and his enigmatic Editor in Chief, Julian Assange.
Reporters Jesper Huor and Lindquist Bosse have traveled to key countries where WikiLeaks operates, interviewing board members, such as Assange, new spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson, and people such as Daniel Domscheit-Berg, who is now starting its own version - Openleaks . org!
Where do you direct this organization so discreet? Stronger than ever, or disarmed by the U.S.? Who is Assange: champion of freedom, spyware or rapist? What are their goals? What are the consequences for the Internet?
Quote from George Orwell:
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.
Enjoy the video 57' english with spanish subtitles:
To finish, I'm very frustated about the final facts of the documentary, I would add a final quote, to sum up, because the reaction of the other members of Wikileaks can produce a single huge post about human being.
Quote from Rabindranath Tagore:
He who is too busy doing good finds no time to be good.
My last post can be read under a lot point of views. This time, I only want to focus on a global calling of a global brand. I love talking about global concepts, you know.
But, with the comment from ZoeWiseman (I appreciate it a lot), the eternal debate about how enterprises take for his profit our data emerge on the room. How many hours have passed talking about that with my friends? A lot. And, certainly, our privacy is a concept very important to us. But why? I don’t know.
Of course, I listen slowly the arguments, and understand the hypothetic situations if the data will lost or stolen. But why? All we do gives a data, a pattern written by nature before we birth. It sounds very poetic, but, thinks in that situation. If we see this flow of data (there is more fields that you can imagine), the human being wants to understand the pattern, it’s a natural act, and it's there but the question is really based on the Who. Who will analise these flow.
The first and faster protagonist of a field: Mobileme -> Apple Ovi -> Nokia Android -> Google
Any people should do this, but who will do this, possibility it, what should be like? Or, who we want they like? This is the real debate, but, at the end, only the simple question about who should do it, is uncomfortable.
It's good to think about this things, now we have time, and, luckily we can decide who will do these job.
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SpaceCollective is a joint initiative of filmmaker Rene Daalder and designer Folkert Gorter. Daalder is the project's main author and creator of The Future of Everything. Gorter is the site's interaction designer and the curator of the Gallery. System architecture and technology created by Josh Pangell. The Future of Everything episodes are edited by Aaron Ohlmann and produced by American Scenes Inc; executive producer: Joseph Kaufman.