After a week in which the phone lines of the Associated Press were bugged and Google glasses that can record our every move are being tested, it seems fitting to mark World Information Society Day.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets today to commemorate the “nakba,” or “catastrophe,” when they fled or were expelled from their homes during the creation of the state of Israel in 1948.
From penthouses of Park Avenue to the sweatshops of Bangladesh, a look at the finest docs YouTube has to offer
The recent collapse of a Bangladesh factory has shined a spotlight on the practices of one of the world’s largest garment industries, where many clothes for Western retailers are produced.
Searching for Sugar Man and finding Osama: A look at the best docs YouTube has to offer
To mark World Press Freedom Day, The I Files team has put together a playlist highlighting the high-stakes challenges that journalists face in many countries around the world.
From pot brownies to nerve-calming heads of lettuce, a look at the finest docs YouTube has to offer
From “Explosions at the Boston Marathon” to “In Jennifer’s Room,” a look at the best docs YouTube has to offer
Scouring the (mostly) serious side of YouTube for the best stories you might have missed
The I Files pays homage to the Academy Awards this week, bringing you excerpts from this year’s nominated documentaries. We’re also featuring clips from memorable past winners, as well as two documentaries that tell the real-life stories dramatized in two of this year’s most talked about Best Picture contenders.