North-South Yorkshire divided by hair coloursGeographical change affects the appearance identityFree provided hair spray product call 'Speedy Spray'A wig shop in Black ZoneDaily clothing colour code for ambiguityCooperation with Sainsbury about the daily plastic bags for keeping ambiguous lookA woman in Blond Zone on Wednesday in front of a Thursday clothing shopA Monday scene in Grey ZoneNo numbering mobile GUI for privacyEmergency Call codesalary lettermonthly cash payment with a receipt lettercommunication happens always with a potable lie detector

Striving for 100% privacy

In terms of describing the liberal society, ‘100 percent of security’ and ‘100 percent privacy’ cannot be exist at the same time.  We are quite aware of that ‘wiretapping and the other forms of message interception have been the common currency of espionage and intelligence services for many decades.’ Despite the constant arguments between scientists and sociologists, we cannot abandon all surveillance systems for an initial reason; security.  Furthermore, what about the authority of free-spreading informations? On the other hand, we do not want to expose ourselves to surveillance for keep our own life in privacy,  it would be even better if it can be 100 percent covered.


Now, we are making a contradictory statement. Since innovative technology continues to evolve, the world become closer and closer by its effort.  However, in order to have this, we must accept the decrease in our own sense of privacy yet we are also using technology to find a solution for ‘anti-surveillance’. Therefore, is there any other way to make this nonsense society to be more  ‘sensible’?