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AOL is Watching

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Grey/London starts a debate about the nature of the internet with AOL by presenting two Errol Morris montages that take starkly different views of the information superhighway. In "Good," it's a source of enlightenment and community, while "Bad shows the horror of Big Brother-like surveillance, identity theft and cyber stalking. All roads lead to aol.com/discuss and articles feeding each argument.

Client: AOL Agency: Grey/London ECD: Nick Rowland, David Alberts CW: Lee Brook Director: Errol Morris/Moxie Pictures Editors: Rick Russell/Final Cut, Karen Schmeer/The Globe Department Store Postproduction: Glassworks

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