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    cybercops

    Cybercops is a Channel 4 UK documentary first aired on December 21st 2000. The documentary explores threats to the e-commerce at the turn of the century and the work done by various private companies and law enforcement agencies to defend it and to prosecute the offenders. Read more.

    new york city hackers

    New York City Hackers is an independent documentary by Stig-Lennart Sorensen released in the year 2000. Most of the filming occurs in in New York at the H2K conference, 2600 meeting and an Off the Hook radio show. There is also a coverage of the original MIT hackers from the TMRC club. Read more.

    hackers 95

    Hackers 95 is an independent documentary by Phone-E and RF Burns shot during the summer of 1995. The documentary covers hacker happenings during that summer including Summercon and Defcon III. There are plenty of interviews and random clips from these two conferences. The documentary also includes a separate segment on Area 51 as well as a Secret Service press release on Operation Cybersnare. Read more.

    mtv - i'm a hacker

    MTV featured "I'm a Hacker" on its True Life series. A number of teen hackers were featured discussing their exploits. After the episode aired in 1999, one of the filmed hackers (shamrock) revealed that he intentionally misrepresented his exploits in order to hoax MTV. Read more.

    hacks

    Hacks is an English and German language documentary by Christine Bader. It was shot over a period of four years, starting in 1993 and released in 1997. This documentary deals with social aspects of hacking by covering not only the more traditional “computer” hacks, but expanding the definition to the realms of society, politics, environment, and art. Read more.

    net cafe - hackers

    The 1996 episode of Net Cafe we look at the hacker culture and their influence on the early growth of the internet. Guests include Dan Farmer, author of SATAN and COPS; Eliaz Levi (aka Aleph 1), webmaster of underground.org and Bugtraq; also "Omega" and "White Knight" from Cult of the Dead Cow. Read more.

    web warriors

    A CBC documentary Web Warriors begins by speculating the link between the release of Blaster worm and massive power blackouts that occurred shortly after. Following this assumption, the documentary explores how computer viruses can be used to disrupt national infrastructures. After a brief coverage of Defcon conference, there is an interview with MafiaBoy. Next there is an interesting twist, where we follow Donnie "a career hacker" trying and ultimately failing to track down the programmer behind the Microsoft Word virus (Sobig) in Moscow, Russia. The documentary concludes by discussing the threat of information warfare coming from Russia and China. Read more.

    bbs: the documentary

    A historical documentary on the subject of BBSs and the underground culture of the 1980s. The documentary includes more than 200 interviews with some of the most influential figures of the BBS era. It is split up into 8 sections ranging from BBS Artscene and FidoNet to Hacking/Phreaking/Anarchy/Cracking underground. Read more.

    in the realm of the hackers

    A documentary about Australian hacker scene in the 1980s. It primarily focuses on the exploits of two hackers going by the names of Electron and Phoenix. NASA's WANK work infection is covered in great length. The documentary also covers the introduction of first computer laws in Australia and subsequent arrests of Electron and Phoenix. Read more.

    hippies from hell

    This documentary covers Dutch hackers namely organizations such as xs4all, Hippies from Hell, HackTic, and TOOL lockpicking club. Read more.



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