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The Dark Web: Black Market Boom

AlphaBay Market was a market that was hosted on the Dark Web accessible only via the onion routing service known as Tor network. On 13th July 2017, AlphaBay was shut down after law enforcement executed Operation Bayonet against it in the United States, Canada, and Thailand. The Dark Web site was said to have been making anywhere from $300 - $500 million a year.AlphaBay was launched in 2014,

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System Shock: How The Mp3 Changed Music

The '90s was a great time to be in the music industry, things were booming and as a result, there were expensive parties and big album launches, it was just part of the culture. It was the era of NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, a time when a single hit song could sell you 10 million albums plus. The record labels had a license to just print money and the compact disk or CD played a big role during

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Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos is not just the richest man in the world, but he has also built an incredible business that is without precedent in the history of global capitalism. His ability to shape everything from the future of work to the future of commerce to the future of technology itself is examined in this film. As politicians and regulators from around the world start to consider the global impact of Amaz

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Childhood 2.0

Childhood 2.0 isn't a typical tech documentary warning you of all the dangers that lurk behind social media these days (shots fired at Netflix :P). It's more of a deep dive into the online world for those parents out there who have kids that are immersed in a virtual space that they themselves weren't necessarily exposed to as a child. It is a world that many kids these days are traversing with e

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How Video Games Changed the World

How Video Games Changed the World is a one-hour forty-minute documentary special from the creator of Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker, that takes a look at the 25 most significant video games ever made and examines the impact they have had on our wider culture and everyday life.We start off on this incredible techno-journey with the 1972 hit Pong, a table tennis sports game that was comprised of

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In the Age of AI

In this two-hour Frontline special, we enter a race between nations that is taking place in order to become an artificial intelligence superpower and the politics involved in such a goal. It has been dubbed "The New Space Race" except this time it is China who is taking on the United States. It is a race to gain control of a technology that has the potential to change everything. From the way we

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Beyond the Emoji

Beyond the Emoji shows how our means of communication are more extensive than ever before, the push of a button now days can put us in touch with hundreds or even thousands of people who are connected all over the globe. We not only communicate in text but increasingly in images too and Emojis are now used by 2.9 billion people. 212 countries use the emoji keyboard and every day we send seven bil

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AlphaGo

It is a game which has been described as intensely contemplative and almost hypnotic, with there being more board configurations than there are atoms in the universe this is the ancient Chinese game of Go, and it has long been considered a grand challenge for artificial intelligence as it is simply the most complex game ever devised by man.It was on March 9. 2016, that the worlds of Go and ar

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Vue.js: The Documentary

Vue.js, pronounced as "view", is an open-source model–view–viewmodel (MVMM) JavaScript framework which was released in 2014 by its creator Evan You. You released his framework with the sole purpose of making life easier for developers who are looking to harness the full power of JavaScript when building user interfaces and single-page applications but need a quick clean solutio

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