The complete review of The Great Hack centers on the chronology
I'm sure we've all experienced situations where the ads that appear on our social media homepage "coincidentally" match the things we are passionate about. For example, when we are interested in trying out gardening, the advertisements that appear are products of plant seeds, flower pots, fertilizers, etc. Or when we just feel that we are aware of the importance of managing finances, then advertisements pass around financial management training and the like. Never 'right?
If you think that the phenomenon is just a coincidence, or even related to supernatural things, you better throw that thought away, because the phenomenon turns out to be explained by science and in fact there is human intervention in it. Still don't get it? That's okay, because you can get a more detailed and clear explanation if you watch a documentary film entitled "The Great Hack".
The film The Great Hack centers on the chronology and investigation of a case of alleged misuse of social media user data. Cambridge Analytica (hereinafter referred to as CA), a big data processing company from England, is suspected of having taken and used internet user data without permission. CAs are estimated to have 5,000 data source points on each person that they can use to collect personal data and the behavior of internet users. The data is then processed into a collective psychological profile and used as material to achieve goals that benefit certain parties, in this case clients who use CA services to support their interests.
One of the operations that CAs often carry out is to use their psychological profiles to manipulate the results of the political process in an area. It is terrible that CA is said to have been involved in arranging election results in various parts of the world, including India, Ghana, Nigeria, Malaysia, and even Indonesia. One of the cases highlighted in this film is the alleged involvement of the CA in the victory of Donald Trump in the US Election and the decision to leave the UK from the EU (Brexit). CA, in collaboration with Facebook as one of the social media that is still very popular with internet users around the world, is suspected of stealing user data, and using its processed products for the benefit of certain parties aimed at manipulating people's perceptions and winning many votes in the democratic process. .
The central figures highlighted in the film include David Carroll (professor at Pearson school of Design), Britanny Kaiser (former CA director of business development), and Carole Cadwalladr (British investigative journalist). The three of them have their respective roles that are not related to each other. However, all three have one common goal, namely to expose the "crimes" that have been committed by the CA in order for the CA to be properly sanctioned for what has been done. For that, the three of them had to face Alexander Nix (former CEO of CA) and Mark Zuckerberg (founder and owner of Facebook). What was the tension between them like? You have to watch this film yourself to find out.
The film The Great Hack makes us aware that as modern humans who cannot be separated from technology we need to be more careful in using various information and communication technology facilities. Before using any platform or application, make sure we understand (of course, begin by reading carefully) the terms of service shown at the beginning, so that we can know exactly what we can do with that platform or application, and vice versa. If indeed we can't prevent our data from being taken by certain parties (and it seems like we are), then at least we have to make sure that we can't be "controlled" by the technology we use. We should be in control. So make sure that whatever we do is based on our own awareness and consideration, not from the influence of content that constantly bombards our minds through gadgets that cannot be separated from our grasp at any time. I really, really recommend you to watch this film. Even though this film is a documentary type, I guarantee you will not be bored. Instead, you will find lots of "eureka moments" that may forever change the way you see things, as I have experienced myself. Enjoy watching.
However, when he arrived at Manderley, which was also inhabited by many employees and servants, it was not the happiness that Mrs. de Winter feels, but anxiety. Because, it turns out, there, he is always haunted by the shadow of Maxim's first wife. The one named Rebecca.
The First Mrs. de Winter, aka Rebecca earlier, is said to have died. Mysteriously A year earlier. To be precise, when he was sailing alone. By boat. In the middle of the sea.
The late Rebecca was, it seemed, well-liked and cherished by everyone at Manderley. Especially, by the butler Mrs. Danvers (Kristin Scott Thomas). Who has taken care of him since childhood. Who is always cynical towards Mrs. de Winter's new. Who always compared him to Rebecca. The "perfect" one.
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