Erasing David

Filmmaker David Bond attempts to disappear off the face of the earth for one month.
But is it that easy when he lives in Britain, one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world, where the average UK adult is registered on over 700 databases and caught daily on one of the four million CCTV cameras on almost every street corner?
In what plays out like a Hitchcock thriller, Bond hires some of the UK¿s top private investigators to discover everything they can about him and track him down as he attempts to vanish. Is it still possible to live a private, anonymous life in the UK or do the state and private companies already know too much about ordinary people?
Forced to contemplate the meaning of privacy and the loss of it, Bond¿s disturbing journey leaves him with no doubt that although he has nothing to hide, he certainly has something to fear as he discovers some alarming truths about what the state and private companies already know about ordinary citizens.
kinda poor really

had they used a single person who had less emotional commitments then it would have been easier for them to actually disappear. The video with the blogger in Brussels was kinda stupid - Like "Yoo Hoo *Waves* Here I am"... Dur.....

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