The Great Hack (2019)
The Netflix documentary, shown at this year’s Sundance Film Festival “Hacking the world” (The Great Hack) will allow you to understand, among other things: why after the 2016 US presidential election, Cambridge Analytica has become a symbol of the dark side of social media.
The film, released July 24, 2019, will explain why Hacking the world (The Great Hack) is an attempt to explain this difficult topic with a simple narrative, understandable to everyone – even for people who are not familiar with the topic of hacking.
Synopsis of The Great Hack
The film focuses primarily on two characters, Professor of Design Schools Parsons David Carroll and former Cambridge Analytica employee, Brittany Kaiser. The film also features other extraordinary characters related to the theme, including Guardian Carole journalist Cadwalladr. Cambridge Analytica has harvested 87 million Facebook profiles for political campaigns.
|The Great Hack Synopsis And Cast: American Movie|
The story told in the film Hacking the world (The Great Hack) presents the basics of manipulating Facebook and other online platforms and exposes them to attack to encourage the Cambridge Analytica manipulation machine, and thus campaign and other scenarios to build a social atmosphere.
If you obsessively follow this whole story and read the news in 2016, you might not find anything new from the film. however, this film will bring this issue closer to the general public to be more vigilant.
Details of The Great Hack
Release: July 24, 2019
Director: Karim Amer, Jehane Noujaim
Author: Karim Amer, & nbsp; Erin Barnett
Players: David Carroll, Brittany Kaiser, Carole Cadwalladr, Julian Wheatland
Trailer of The Great Hack
Cast of The Great Hack
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