Scientology of sharing

Last month I watched , a scientology docudrama, after hearing about it on Boing Boing. It is a pretty well done and low key film, considering the nuttiness of scientology.

Copyright is one of the weapons scientology uses to hide the hilarious absurdity of its beliefs, so it is no surprise that The Bridge has has been taken down (at least some of the copies) from YouTube, Google, and the Internet Archive.

I remember that it was published to the Archive under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license. Sadly is not in the Wayback Machine nor WebCite, so I can’t demonstrate this. If I am correct, the filmmaker has no cause to stop non-commercial distribution, as CC licenses are irrevocable.

If you can’t find the film on the lightnet fire up a filesharing client (I recommend ) and click on the below to start your P2P search and download.


3 Responses

  1. Hubbard's Devil says: – an effort to make sure “The Bridge” gets spread far and wide (with links to the movie)

  2. Hubbard's Devil says:

    There are a lot of copies at googlevideo now :)

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