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.
addiction advertising agriculture al-Qaeda animals apartheid artificial intelligence automation bail-out banking behaviour biomass biometrics biotechnology brains cancer capitalism celebrity culture censorship chemical weapons children CIA civilisation climate COINTELPRO colonisation coltan commercial fishing commons community computers conspiracy consumerism copyright corporate crimes corporations corruption cover-up covert operations culture jamming dams databases data mining debt direct action DNA domestic violence dominant culture drones drugs e-waste economics education elections energy environment eugenics extinction facebook factory farming fair trade false flag financial crisis food fracking freedom of information garbage gas gender genetically modified genetics genocide globalisation google governments guantánamo hacker culture health history houses human experiments human trafficking identity IMF indigenous intelligence agencies internet internet censorship iran-contra legal system logging manipulation manufacturing mass medication media memory microchip implant military military industrial complex mining MKULTRA money monsanto myths nanotechnology NATO nature neuroscience NSA nuclear occupation oceans 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 simulacra slave labour social control spying strategy suburbia surveillance tactics tar sands tasers tax technology television terrorism the project for the new american century the spectacle torture toxins tracking transhumanism transport uranium vaccines violence war war crimes war on drugs war on terror water weapons whistleblowing wikileaks wiretapping women workers world bank WTO


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