Just because cameras are everywhere doesn't mean you have to be under surveillance all the time.
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(Source: Leo Selvaggio)
In April, the artist Leo Selvaggio launched a project called URME on Indiegogo to fund the creation of countersurveillance masks with his face on them. The campaign will conclude June 13 but has already raised more than twice its $1,000 goal.
"We don't believe you should be tracked just because you want to walk outside, and you shouldn't have to hide, either," the project's website states. "Instead, use one of our products to present an alternative identity when in public."
Selvaggio sees two major themes for avoiding video surveillance: hiding your face and destroying property. Why not hide your face by showing his?
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