- uploaded: Feb 13, 2012
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Hackers Are People Too is a 2008 documentary, filmed at two hacker conferences, piecing together interviews with dozens of hackers - young and old, male and female - to create a cohesive, accurate portrayal of the modern hacking community and attempting to deconstruct the negative connotation of the word 'hacker' so often thrown around by the media.
At just 45 minutes long, the documentary does not try to delve into the vast technical history of hacking but rather focuses on the people, the community and the good put forth by the hackers of the world. Using just the words of the interviewees, the movie allows the people to speak for themselves and to answer the question, "What is a hacker?"
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