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We collect data about our environment at an unprecedented scale and the surveillance of individuals on a global scale goes hand in hand with it. Global public surveillance has constricted human rights, human bodies, lives, work, and human relationships with others. Privacy as we know it has vanished de jure and de facto. To disappear from the grid – for instance to recover from privacy loss - is almost impossible. We live in a state of persistent surveillance and identity theft. Can one live outside of this kind of state system without becoming a criminal?