"State of Surveillance", a landmark Vice documentary hosted by Shane Smith about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Smith travels to Moscow where Snowden is living to interview the man who revealed hard evidence of a huge program of mass surveillance for the first time. The digital privacy debate was previously demonised by being labelled a "conspiracy theory" but now it seems like every week there is a new explosive case of peoples data being abused.
Of course, the latest one was the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal within which a whistleblower highlighted the fact that Facebook has been selling big data to dodgy companies for a long time (though it must be said that it was obvious).
Will anything change? It seems unlikely at the moment unless people start embracing encryption-based technologies run by companies that have a strong stance on privacy, or by regulating monopolistic companies like Facebook.