doctorow at June 28th, 2014 02:58 — #1
agger_modspil at June 28th, 2014 08:22 — #2
Through on-demand channels, which would seem to include Bittorrent, as a quick search reveals.
maxd at June 28th, 2014 08:40 — #3
Sorry, this film is not available in your region
pathduck at June 28th, 2014 10:48 — #4
Same here. Damn this is stupid. I wanted to support the creators but I guess I'll head to the torrents.
EDIT: Apparently, the URL for non-US is:
This is restricted as well so if you're in Australia, France or the UK you're SOL. Movie biz never gets things right do they.
acerplatanoides at June 28th, 2014 11:19 — #5
And by SOL, I think he means, 'going to have to wait a couple hours for it to be torrented'.
hemartin at June 28th, 2014 13:00 — #6
"Sorry, this film is not available in your region" ... How perverse is that? A crowdfunded documentary about Aron Swartz and then old school country / territory restictions ... igit igit
If you try the 'hard' way: you need a proxy operated out of US, than a credit card with a billing address in U.S. (if you don't have, PayPal will do the job - no checking of residence here)
agger_modspil at June 28th, 2014 16:59 — #7
Or just head for the 'bay
rabc at June 28th, 2014 18:42 — #8
Why other URL, from a Vimeo account of other distributor, just to release it worldwide? And for a documentary about someone who fought for a free internet!
No matter what, they will never understand how internet works.
nada_cat at June 29th, 2014 09:13 — #9
jwagner at June 29th, 2014 15:49 — #10
I'd like to download a copy and contribute, but it's not obvious how. I don't want to screw with Amazon's copy protected streams and Ubuntu (or Apple's iTunes...), I don't want to establish a "relationship" with Vimeo - is there a way I can just send the ten bucks directly to the creators?
stefan2904 at June 29th, 2014 21:16 — #12
doctorow at July 3rd, 2014 02:58 — #13
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