The film, “The World Is Not a Battlefield: How a New Century of Technology Is Changing Everything,” tells the story of the impact of social media and social media platforms on war and peace in the 20th century.
The film is based on the book by the same title, published in 2013 by Random House.
It is about the rise of social networking in the 1970s, with the first mass-media company, Facebook, in 1989.
The book also tells the tale of how the World Wide Web became a tool for mass communication, with websites such as AOL and Wikipedia becoming the most popular ways for people to communicate.
The documentary is about social media, and is about a generation of people who were used to having their opinions broadcast to the world via print, video and online.
The filmmakers have spoken with hundreds of people about their experiences and opinions, as well as with experts and historians to determine how this technology has affected the world.
The makers of the documentary spoke with many veterans of the war in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The veterans spoke about their memories, and the filmmakers have documented their experiences of war, including combat.
The film also explores the impact that technology has had on society and how it has changed how people interact with one another.