After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster all the geiger counter to measure the radiation levels sold out. The group Safecast was started to build geiger counter and collect data of the radiation levels in Japan. They saw a huge need of this data and also started to to collect data from other places around the […]
File sharers from around the world gathered just outside Stockholm to celebrate the Pirate Bays ten year anniversary. We got some great interviews with the real people behind the filesharing story, the downloaders and seeders. We also got some time with the Swedish Pirate Partys EU parliamentarians that shared their view of the importance of […]
We recently visited Brussels to get an insight how net culture turned in to party politics. Among others we meet Amelia Andersdotter and Mattias Bjärnemalm from the Swedish Pirate Party. They showed us how the European Parliament works. We visited and filmed some panel discussions on potential new ‘ACTAs’ and the discussions around copyright. Cristian […]
It has been an interesting experience to launch our first crowdfunding. We managed to raise almost $30.000 from people around the world. We have been overwhelmed by the encouraging comments left by people on Youtube, Twitter, Facebook and Indiegogo. We want to give thanks to everybody that backed the project and the people that helped […]
We want to say thanks to everyone for the support of making this film possible but we also want to bring out an extra thanks to our friends at The Pirate Bay for supporting and helping us making this film.
1 pm. We are standing in front of a door on a narrow street, waiting to meet the hacker and previous virus author Isak Johnsson. At age 17 he developed and published a stealth technology, without knowing that the very same method would be used 15 years later in the highly sophisticated cyber-weapon Stuxnet – […]
Calmly the river runs by a group of people preparing a BBQ. Its one of the last summer days and people seem to make the best of it. We are at the hacker space – no reconstruction place of a space station – C-base in Berlin. E-punk meets us at the front door and takes […]
Hacklab Bolivia is probably the highest seated hackerspace in the world located 3600 meters above sea level. It leaves you little choice not to use coca leaf to relief the fatigue caused by the high altitude. Every step is a struggle. The hackerspace has its headquarters in the center of La Paz, which also […]