What did you think?
The two-hour feature, directed by Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim, attempts to untangle the web of Cambridge Analytica, digital privacy violations via Facebook, the election of Donald Trump and Brexit.
The Great Hack shows we are living in the digital age, where we are happy to just 'skip over terms and conditions' and you get an understanding about how anything can be used to target you for any particular purpose, whether it be for advertising or any other means.
People don't care about handing over their data if it makes their lives more convenient than they ever could have imagined even 10 years ago. Invisible strands of data, silently mined and stored away somewhere you'll never have to think about them ever again.
We have proven that we are prepared to make this trade. In spite of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has continued to grow. Some people may have been deleted it, but they certainly won't delete WhatsApp and Instagram too, lest they be wiped off the social map.
We've made our choice on data - they can have it as long as it makes our lives easier.