'The Internet Indians' is part of the documentary series by Al Jazeera called 'The Fight for Amazonia'. This interesting documentary tells an usual story where a small tribe near the border of Peru and Brazil is resisting illegal logging by the means of using the internet.
There is a lot at stake. Every year an area of 2 million hectares is destroyed in the Amazon. The Amazon rainforest is the largest in the world and home to most land species on the planet.
The Ashaninka tribe has giving up fighting the logging companies with bows and arrows and found that, since their villages have been connected to the internet, they can oppose much more effectively the ongoing destruction of the forests.
Watch the full film here...