Netflix has released “The Great Hack” on Wednesday, a documentary that relives the data scandal nightmare brought by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

“They took your data. Then they took control,” Netflix wrote of the documentary.

The film follows Cambridge Analytica executive Brittany Kaiser as she goes around the world, recapping events that have transpired in one of the biggest data breaches of the century. It also shows Kaiser testifying in Robert Mueller’s investigation of the 2016 election interference.

The timely documentary comes as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) just announced that it is charging Facebook with five billion dollars in fines after a year-long probe on the scandal and privacy breach -- the biggest fine in the history of tech company settlements.

The film will look deeper into the details of the scandal — internal emails, video sales pitches and calendars. However, critics say the film does not reveal anything new about the issue. It does, however, inform unsuspecting users of how giant companies get their hands on personal data and how they can use these information.

In light of FTC’s decision on the data breach scandal, Facebook has revealed in a blog post the new rigorous standards that “protect” its users’ privacy.

“The agreement will require a fundamental shift in the way we approach our work and it will place additional responsibility on people building our products at every level of the company. It will mark a sharper turn toward privacy, on a different scale than anything we’ve done in the past,” wrote Facebook.

Facebook drew flack after over 87 million had their data accessed by Cambridge Analytica through a Facebook mobile app. The data was believed to have been used during the 2016 US Presidential elections.

In the documentary, Kaiser revealed that Cambridge Analytica was able to identify “persuadable voters” using the data. The firm targeted ads, videos and blog posts “until they saw the world the way we wanted them to.”

“The Great Hacker” is currently streaming on Netflix.

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