Neo-Paris, 2084. The last remnants of privacy and intimacy have been swept away by the explosive growth of social networks that began in the early 21st century. Personal memories are now digitized, bought, sold, and traded. Citizens accept the surveillance society in exchange for the comfort and convenience of smart technology. The memory economy places immense power in the hands of a few.
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