How Facebook Exposes Domestic Violence Survivors
Interesting article in the Daily Beast about the impact on facebooks real name policy.
Kulturknuserne debatterer Facebookistan-filmen
Hvad siger “Kulturknuserne” Anne Middelboe, Kitte Wagner og Ask Agger til en ny dansk dokumentarfilm, Facebookistan, der beskriver, hvordan Facebook fungerer som en stat i verden med sine egne love, men udenfor normal kontrol. Filmens instruktør Jakob Gottschau er med i studiet.
Vært: Claus Vittus.
Lyt til udsendelsen Kulturknuserne på P1.
Facebookistan at REALITY:CHECK
Yesterday Facebookistan was shown at a sold out venue at REALITY:CHECK democracy lab by Politiken and CPH:DOX. Film director Jakob Gottschau was joined on stage by Peter Øvig Knudsen.
The Danish Filminstitute on Facebookistan.
Read what The Danish Filminstitute have to say about Facebookistan here.
The trailer is out!
Peter Øvig – one of the interviewees in the film
Peter Øvig who’s work came under fire from Facebook’s censorship machine when his book ‘Hippie’ was too much for Facebook with its historical pictures of bare breasts.
Max Screems – one of the interviewees in the film
Max Screems is an Austrian activist who successfully filed a lawsuit against Facebook and who is founder of the group “Europe vs. Facebook”.
From the pre-screening and debate: Digital Culture presents: FACEBOOKISTAN
29th of October at University of Copenhagen – debate with ’Digital Culture’.
Panel: Jacob Gottschau (Director), Nanna Thylstrup (postdoc, Institut for Kunst og Kulturvidenskab), Bjarki Valtysson (Associate Professor, Institut for Kunst og Kulturvidenskab), Jens-Erik Mai (Professor, Informationsstudier), Taina Bucher (Assistant Professor, Film og Medievidenskab).
Moderated by Henrik Chulu from Bitbureauet.
Interviews about Facebookistan on DR
Jakob Gottschau and Peter Øvig on P1 Eftermiddag October 29th talking about Facebookistan: listen here.
Jakob Gottschau in Go’morgen P3 October 29th talking about the film: listen here.
Jakob Gottschau and Pernille Tranberg in DR2 Dagen October 29th talking about the film (around 48 min. in and 73 min. in): watch here.