This film was last shown on 14 June 2012
Director / Producer - Brian Knappenberger
Country - United states
Year - 2011
Duration - 89 MINS
As some of its members face lengthy prison sentences, Director Brian Knappenberger explores the history of the radical hacktivist collective Anonymous, and how it rose from a patchwork of mischievous bloggers to become an influential change-agent in the Arab spring.
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