In the light of Cambridge Analytica … 1

Crosspost from my Crowdfunding-Page

When the Cambridge Analytica / Facebook story broke, it took me a while to react. Neither the fact that they used the data of millions of Facebook users, Facebook breaching their user’s trust, or the sheer purpose for which they used the data was in any way surprising. It was shocking, yes. But not surprising for me. But I know it was for many people and it was the first time a lot of people could see in an easily understandable way, how their personal information is being perverted by companies who have abolsutely no morals.

So, a few days after the first blow, I went through the interview material to publish short clips that fit the situation. Not only fit in an accidental sense, but in the sense that this is exactly what this is film is also about.

I hope you enjoy them 🙂

First on is Nadia El-Imam, the founding director of Edgeryders & engineer & designer.

Have a lovely day & thank you so much for your support & interest! 🙂

Theresia

P.S.: Is anyone else upset, that the CA guy is called a “whistleblower”? Somehow the term doesn’t seem to fit.