What People Are Saying

What Experts are Saying

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Dr. Joe Dilley

“When we chase "likes" or seek followers, we lose sight of the fact that our devices are now using us. It's a unique form of captivity--one that keeps us willingly enslaved by the very technology we had thought would simplify or enrich our lives. In a mere 48 minutes, LIKE alerts us to these dangers, yet instills the hope that by improving how we relate to our devices, we necessarily improve the world. Our here-and-now relationships, as well as the daily lives of future generations, fundamentally depend on our mindful use and ethical development of technology. Given my professional familiarity with these themes, I am shocked at how moved, upset, and compelled to act I feel as a result of having seen this documentary. That LIKE will inspire you is an understatement. Quite simply, it's the most important film I've ever seen.”

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Dr. Joe Dilley