CNN Digital announced today its first series made exclusively for CNNgo, Mostly Human with Laurie Segall, a six-part investigative docuseries, exploring sex, love, death - humanity - through the lens of tech, debuting on March 12, 2017.
From the award-winning team that brought you Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley, Revenge Porn and The Secret Lives of Superhero Hackers, the new series follows CNN's Senior Technology Correspondent Laurie Segall around the world as she tackles the uncomfortable questions about our increasingly complicated relationship with technology. Featuring stories of those falling in love with robots, re-creating digital versions of the deceased, experimenting with VR therapy in psychiatric wards and infiltrating hacker communities, Segall examines the promise and power modern technology holds, while exposing the darker side.
The full series will stream exclusively on CNNgo starting March 12, and will not require authentication or log-in to a cable provider, as a CNNgo Original. You can access the series for free through CNNgo on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and Android TV. It is also available on CNN.com, and CNN’s iOS and Android apps.
This is CNN’s first CNNgo Original offering, developed specifically for CNN’s digital TV-Everywhere service.
Cyber thieves will try to crack open your most secluded digital hideaways and case the joint. Anything from your tax return to your private photos can become prey. In an era where hackers have tremendous power, CNNMoney shows viewers ways to become Unhackable.
In Unhackable, CNNMoney senior technology correspondent and editor-at-large Laurie Segall and CNN technology correspondent Samuel Burke look at how businesses and consumers have become vulnerable and the ways users can protect themselves.
Unhackable also attempts to answer the question: is anything internet-enabled truly unhackable?
There are the good guys, the bad guys, and the people that live in the gray area. Their weapons are ones and zeroes, vulnerabilities, and exploits. Behind a computer, hackers become Superheros and Villains – with powers that can protect or destroy.
CNNMoney's Laurie Segall infiltrates a hidden underworld of hackers, revealing the community of adrenaline seekers, altruists, and anarchists who control our digital safety. Go inside the mind of a hacker, learn their secret code of ethics, and watch them hack computers, cars, and guns.
They’re in your computers, your bank accounts. They know more about you than you know about yourself. It’s time you got to know them.
Explore the interactive report complete with digital comics at CNNMoney.com.
Monogamy is overrated. Illegal drugs can make you smarter. And sex – it can be hacked.
The current wave of tech innovation and disruption is changing the way the world works. The next wave could change the way the world thinks.
CNNMoney’s technology correspondent Laurie Segall examines how Silicon Valley’s innovators’ are moving on from gadgets and targeting your personal life in the new CNN digital series – Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley.
The latest CNN Digital production debuts across CNNMoney’s platforms on January 26, with all five episodes premiering at once. Smart drugs. Psychedelics. Swingers. Polyamory. Burning Man. You don’t want to miss it.
Watch the series at CNNMoney.com/SexDrugs, join Segall for a Reddit AMA at 12pm ET, Monday January 26 where she’ll take questions and follow the conversation using #SexDrugsSV.