Directed by Jeremy Zerechak
The story of the rise of communication and computer technology in the United States as told through the events and people who helped to build and manipulate it. "Code 2600" is an exploration of the struggle to protect the complex information networks that have shaped our way of life from those who could potentially send the card house crashing down. It is a criminal and philosophical journey through the human integration of the world with our World, The Internet.
Tagged under: Computers,hackers,hacking,internet,world,wide,web,terrorism,cyberterror,cyberwarfare,warfare,war,lan,wan,fose,blackhat,black,hat,white,obama
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