Ep. 2 - Politics: How to Use  -  Technology
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Ep. 2 - Politics: How to Use - Technology

General Audience 2017 23min

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The use of technology in politics is here to last. Services, relations and even decision-making processes will use virtual interfaces even more often. We must all adapt. Some people are ahead of others and have set up connections between the digital world and traditional structures, while some are using technology to increase influence over the society. The use of technology needs to be accountable in order to lead to virtuous outcomes to citizenship and
need to be carefully managed so that to prevent new forms of civil rights violations. Technology is not a fetish, but a medium.

Research and Content: Instituto Update

Directed by

João Wainer

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction

Globo News

Sponsorship

Instituto Update e Instituto Alana

Official Support

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Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Politics

5 rating
17 Screenings
250 audience
375 K total aud.
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Ep. 2 - Politics: How to Use - Technology (2017)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by João Wainer

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction Globo News

Sponsorship Instituto Update e Instituto Alana

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Politics

ODSs ODS 10 - Reduced Inequalities

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Several

Standard Portuguese BR, Spanish, English

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Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

The use of technology in politics is here to last. Services, relations and even decision-making processes will use virtual interfaces even more often. We must all adapt. Some people are ahead of others and have set up connections between the digital world and traditional structures, while some are using technology to increase influence over the society. The use of technology needs to be accountable in order to lead to virtuous outcomes to citizenship and
need to be carefully managed so that to prevent new forms of civil rights violations. Technology is not a fetish, but a medium.

Research and Content: Instituto Update