factory farms

Factory Farms Are Going to Absolutely Hate this New Video Game

“Fat Chicken” is straight from today’s headlines of ag-gag laws and even pesky drones.

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National Geographic: Drones Will Change the Way You Eat

“One journalist is using drone photography to expose conditions at factory farms in hopes of changing the way we think about food,” says National Geographic.

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We did it! Drone on the Farm is fully funded! And #BetterThanPotatoSalad

The potato salad Kickstarter is about supporting the “absurd and mundane.” This project is about coming together around something newsworthy, innovative, and ambitious.

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Fast Company: Drones can get around strict “ag-gag” laws and document horrifying factory farms

Fast Company’s website of “world changing ideas and innovation” features Will Potter’s Kickstarter campaign.

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Farmers Already Threatening to Shoot Down My Drone

I haven’t even purchased the drone yet, and farmers are already threatening to shoot it down.

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Ag Industry Compares My Kickstarter to the “Death Star”

My Kickstarter campaign to purchase drones and investigate factory farms is still going (just hours left!), but the agriculture industry has already taken notice.

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Agriculture Trade Groups Crack Down on Journalists’ Rights

In response, a journalist is fundraising for drones to monitor factory farms.

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How to Expose America’s Most Secretive Industry

Salon covers Will Potter’s Kickstarter project to use drones to investigate factory farms.

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New TED Talk: “The shocking move to criminalize nonviolent protest”

Will Potter’s TED talk is live, and on the TED.com homepage!

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First Video to Result in #AgGag Prosecution (and Dismissal) — Watch and See Why

Amy Meyer’s video footage of a sick cow at a Utah slaughterhouse, shown here for the first time, was prosecuted under new ag-gag laws that threaten whistleblowers and journalists.

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