-The New York Times
- A thoughtful piece of advocacy journalism.
- -The Hollywood Reporter
Subjects: Documentary, Media Studies, Music, Science and Technology
Software Engineer Robb Topolski was only trying to access turn-of-the century barbershop quartet music (legally) when he made an unsettling discovery: his service provider was covertly participating in a practice to filter and control its users' content. What followed would make him the unlikeliest David vs Goliath hero in the "Net Neutrality" debate and would force the federal government to focus on policies carried out by the largest media corporations. Filmmakers Georgia Archer and Kristin Armfield expertly interweave Robb's inspiring battle for media access with opinions on both sides of the issue from politicians, commentators, musicians and more. The film also features Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye who put a fine point on what it truly means to be "punk". - American Film Institute, Silverdocs.
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