It’s hard to imagine a more dramatic departure from the early days of the Internet, in which not exposing your identity was part of the appeal. In chat rooms and online forums, your gender, race, age, and location were whatever you said they were, and the denizens of these spaces exulted about the way the medium allowed you to shed your skin.

“a world that all may enter without privilege or prejudice accorded by race, economic power, military force, or station of birth.”
- John Perry Barlow

[...] the digital world is fundamentally changing. The new Internet doesn’t just know you’re a dog; it knows your breed and wants to sell you a bowl of premium kibble.

Eli Pariser


at some point of the journey, a smartphone with internet connection will be required



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Your character was told there was a free and democratic place where he could access everything he needed. The more people would join, the more diversified and enriched it would be. In order to reach that place, you have to cross a border, and for that, several tasks will be necessary.

After crossing to the other side, you'll have to find a tool that will help you overcome adversities, and lead you to the end of the journey.