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Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web

In 2012, the filesharing site MegaUpload is taken offline, its owners accused of massive internet piracy. In 2016 the independent filmmakers of this documentary finally managed to secure an interview with the site's founder, Kim Dotcom. After some negotiation Dotcom also agrees to give them unprecedented access to his private archives.Kim Dotcom arrived in New Zealand with his circl

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The Trouble with Chicken

With more than 1 in 4 pieces of raw chicken carrying salmonella, it is responsible for sickening and killing more of us than any other foodborne pathogen. The strains of salmonella that show up on these chickens seem to be getting tougher, stronger and many are resistant to antibiotics.In this FRONTLINE special we see reporter David Hoffman investigate, the largest salmonella outbreak from po

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Nations At War: Pacific Raiders

1787, the Pacific Northwest has become a new frontier for international trade. Lured by the promise of riches American and European merchants were prepared to enter hostile waters, proud by a people who had built a great civilization by mastering the waves. These were the Haida, the greatest aboriginal naval power North America had ever seen.It's the end of the 18th Century and the world is m

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Nazi Hunters: Franz Stangl & Gustav Wagner

Simon Wiesenthal is the world's most famous Nazi hunter, in his office at the Jewish Historical Documentation Centre located in Vienna, Austria, he keeps files on hundreds of fugitive war criminals, it is solitary work. But on February 22, 1964, there was an unexpected visitor, a drunken man turns up at Wiesenthal's office and tells him that he will reveal the location of Nazi war criminal Franz

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Locked Up With the Lifers

In this film, we see British television presenter and journalist Stacey Dooley travel to Iowa where she pays a visit to one of the most radical women’s prisons in the United States. This new correctional institute for women cost around 110 million dollars to build and houses over 700 female prisoners, everything from drunk drivers to vicious murders. For the last three years the warden Sheryl Dah

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What Really Happened in Wuhan

In this Sky News Australia special investigation, we delve into the origins of COVID-19 in an attempt to reveal what it was that really happened in Wuhan at the start of the global pandemic. We hear from award-winning journalist Sharri Markson, who dedicated more than a year investigating the potential leak of the virus from a top-secret laboratory in Wuhan.During this time Markson managed to

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TikTok’s Dark Side

The Chinese social media platform known as TikTok has changed the way we interact with the internet. It has become the most popular app in the world, filled with fishing videos, cooking, skits, singing, dancing, literally everything you could possibly think of is featured on the platform. For many people around the world, TikTok is not just an app on their phone anymore, it's their livelihood, ho

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Bannon’s War

On Sept. 23, 2021, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon was subpoenaed by the U.S. House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. Revisit FRONTLINE’s examination of Bannon’s worldview and his role in Donald Trump's campaign and administration.A bombastic figure on the far right who rose to prominence as a policy adviser and speechwriter, Steven Bannon entered the White Hous

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Dark Side Of The ’90s

In this 10 episode series, we see VICE take a look at some of the most captivating pop-culture moments, trends, and personalities of the decade. The '90s were a time of extreme social change and pop culture shifts and here we explore the untold history, revealing secrets, perspectives, and first-hand accounts like you've never seen before.Episode 1: Trash TV: Dirty and Deadly TalkTelevision w

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