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Buffalo Returns (2015)
Native American Natural Foods is one of the only private enterprises on the Pine Ridge Reservation. When their new energy bar gains national distribution it gives new hope to a struggling community. From Tribeca FilmEllis (2015)
ELLIS awakens our collective memory, taking you back to the early years of Ellis Island through the experience of one immigrant.
Starring: Robert De Niro
The Downtown Project (2015)
When big money funds small business in Las Vegas, a new economy emerges and gives a long-neglected community the chance to thrive. From Tribeca Film
Directed by: Morgan SpurlockAmazon.com: The Downtown Project: Tony Hsieh, Natalie Young, Dr. Zubin Damania, Morgan Spurlock: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Damien A&E show.
Season 1, Episode 1
he story of the adult life of Damien Thorn, the mysterious child from the 1976 film, “The Omen,” who has grown up and must now come to terms with his true destiny – that he is the Antichrist, the most feared man throughout the agesGOOGLE PLAY
In Search of the Most Dangerous Town on the Internet [google.com] ~ Documentary short film. Previously posted HERE.
Râmnicu Vâlcea, Romania has only 120,000 residents, but among law enforcement experts around the world, it has a nickname: Hackerville. In the last year alone, $1 billion was stolen in the U.S. by Romanian hackers. Convicted criminals with nicknames like Guccifer and Iceman have been caught breaking into the email accounts of NASA, Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush—but that’s just the beginning. The world is finally waking up to the realities of cybercrime and the threats that it poses to our society. The world is finally waking up to the realities of cybercrime and the threats that it poses to our society. Is there anything we can do to stop these individuals and protect ourselves from the most dangerous town on the internet.The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet [google.com] ~ Documentary short film
What if we told you there were “countries” the size of the average suburban household? What if they had their own rules, laws, and even currencies? What if we told you one of them almost brought the entire Internet to its knees in a single day? These are data havens. And they are the Switzerlands of the Internet. These bunkers, caves, and sea fortresses offer cybercriminals and freedom fighters alike the privacy to conduct unregulated information exchanges, malware attacks, spam dumps, ransomware breaches, and hosting. Almost every cybercriminal walks these halls, virtually or literally. Here today, gone tomorrow, misdirecting and re-emerging in similar shelters, away from prying eyes, and unaffected by 20-megaton blasts. These independent micro-nations are the only true providers of online privacy, offering 100% anonymity without any government restrictions. Welcome to The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet
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