A Kiwi-produced documentary about the Five Eyes spying network is now available to watch online. Called I Spy (With My Five Eyes), the documentary examines how the largest surveillance program in history affects our lives. The film is a New Zealand-Canada co-production, and is directed Kiwi Justin Pemberton (Chasing Great). Directed by Kiwi Justin Pemberton, I Spy (With My Five Eyes) looks at the impact of mass surveillance on our lives. The Five Eyes Alliance is an intelligence-sharing arrangement between the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Through interviews with major players filmed across the Five Eyes states, I Spy looks at why global surveillance has expanded in recent years, and how it is affecting people. Interview subjects include ex-director of the NSA and CIA General Michael Hayden, journalist Nicky Hager, cyber security expert Brian Contos, NSA whistleblower William Binney and former Anonymous hacker Gregg Housh. The film is narrated by Lucy Lawless. Online viewers are offered opportunities to voice their own thoughts as they watch. There's also additional "dig deeper" content on the film's web site. I Spy (With My Five Eyes) is available to watch free on ispydoc.com.
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