We examine how social media and modern technology helped to bring down many regimes across the Arab world. We meet the Tunisian who uploaded the very first video from Sidi Bouzid – kick starting the “Arab Spring”. In Cairo, a protestor learns from a Facebook friend in Tunisia how to use Pepsi against the effects of tear gas, while in Los Angeles an American group provides round the clock web support to keep the voices of the protestors heard. In this film produced for the BBC we will introduce you to a new global ‘network’ of protest and a generation who have learned to use the power of their online connections to make sure they will never be silenced. A powerful and insightful film.