[It is the consumer who is consumed. You are the end product.] - Television Delivers People

The devices we hold are goldmines of information. With every move broadcast and every bodily-implanted sensor’s data streamed over the internet, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone working any of those burger-flipping jobs these days. Besides, all those jobs are automated now. Even students have moved into higher echelons - employment-wise.

With mere teenagers literally selling their bodily functions for money (not the material, just the data about it), it’s no wonder there’s so much more money in advertising today than there ever was. The problem starts when companies like Procura and Caralibro want more data. They won’t stop at anything. Whether it’s laws, or the court of opinion, nothing will stand in their way. They have the money, they have the lawyers. Most of all, though, they know who to talk to.

I don’t think it’s any mystery as to why former Big Tech employees are turning up dead in foreign countries. When you go up against Goliath, you better have a damn plan. They tried to take their shot from within, but they missed. They were fired; not from Big Tech, but from life.

When you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place, the solution is not to harm yourself. The solution is not to put your life at the hands of multi-national corporations who could turn you off like a light switch if the reigns got into the wrong hands. I beg you, don’t put those fucking sensors in your body. There are better ways out.

-- Danilla