Below is a map of topics which categorise areas of our library. The bigger the size of the text, the more films are filed under that topic.
advertising agriculture al-Qaeda animals apartheid artificial intelligence ASIO bail-out banking biometrics biotechnology brain cancer capitalism celebrity culture censorship chemical weapons children CIA civilisation climate COINTELPRO coltan commercial fishing community computers conspiracy consumerism copyright corporations corruption cover-up covert operations culture jamming dams database data mining debt direct action DNA dominant culture drones drugs e-waste ecology economics education elections energy environment eugenics extinction factory farming fair trade false flag financial crisis food fracking freedom of information garbage gas gender genetically modified genetics genocide globalisation google governments guantánamo history houses human experiments identity IMF indigenous intelligence agency internet internet censorship legal system logging mainstream media manipulation manufacturing mass medication microchip implant military military industrial complex mining MKULTRA money monsanto nanotechnology NATO nature neuroscience NSA nuclear ocean oil patents permaculture planned obsolescence plastic police politick pollution population pornography poverty prison privacy privatisation propaganda prostitution protest psychology public space racism rape culture refugee religion resistance rights robots school science screen culture secret projects sex slave labour social control spying surveillance tar sands tasers tax technology the project for the new american century torture toxins tracking trafficking transhumanism uranium vaccines war war crimes war on drugs war on terror water weapons whistleblowing wikileaks wiretapping workers world bank WTO


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