"The Utopia can become reality on the Internet!"

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"We wanted to create an optimistic vision of the Internet without veiling the dangers and weaknesses of the system. Many people demonize the Internet but its daily uses cannot be kept secret.

Everything possible that happens today appeared utopian a few years ago.

Our virtual country survived a dark period of its history and changed."

to read the interview with French filmmaker Jean Mach published 8/13/2010, click on


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Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

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