Every day, we go on with our lives while believing in our safety in surveillance. The little things we give up “for our own good” slowly eat away at us as individuals. Our entire lives are being recorded, whether it is a still ghost of your self in Google Maps, or the locations you tag with your smartphone to show off where you were or who you were with. Once recorded, it’s not likely to ever truly disappear. Our selves, our digital images are now a commodity, or data has value that can be bought and sold.