Directed by: Nicholas de PencierCountry: Canada
Runtime: 1hr 30min Year: 2016
Exposing how the internet is being controlled and manipulated by governments in order to censor and monitor their citizens, Black Code examines the complex global impact that the internet has had on matters of free speech, privacy and activism.
“A terrifying expose on government surveillance in the digital era.” – Scene Creek
From cyber stewards in Toronto working to expose global digital espionage to Brazilian activists using social media to live stream police abuses, Nicholas de Pencier’s gripping film follows the international battle for control of cyberspace.