Season 1 ends with an abuse victim and activist who use technology to document and report police abuse. Also: the heir to a rabbinic dynasty who's turned away from Brooklyn's Hasidim after finding a world he never knew existed online; and an entrepreneur whose 3-D printing technology enables building untraceable guns from the comfort of your own home.
A look at the world of Cyberbanging where inner city youth use social media to brag, conspire and incite violence. Also: two African-American women bloggers who turned the table on the trolls who threatened them; and the creator of Abdullah X, an online character who is trying to keep Muslim kids from falling under the spell of Islamic extremists.
A teen struggles with an addiction to online pornography; autistic technologists in Silicon Valley turn their genetic variation to an advantage. Also: Nootropics, a class of cognition-enhancing supplements that allegedly rewire the brain.
A woman is pulled into an online cult from the safety of her bedroom; a former pilot who suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity seeks relief in the absence of electricity and WiFi; a quadriplegic uses cutting-edge adaptive robotics and virtual reality to transcend his body's limitations.
Child pornography on the Internet is investigated. Included: the victims who are forced to perform sex acts; people who are using technology to protect kids and catch perpetrators; a pedophile who reveals the roots of his addiction.
An exploration of the disturbing side of a digitally connected world. In the opener, a BDSM couple use tracking technology to fulfill their master-slave relationship, a bachelor in Japan falls in love with a virtual girlfriend, and a revenge porn victim's life is upended when her private nude photos are published online.