The more technology seems to advance, the harder it is to get away from its watchful eye. We cannot escape. We cannot hide. Every time you make a transaction at an ATM, the machine records that your account was accessed, at the exact time, at the exact place, with uncanny precision. At a bank 100 years ago, do you imagine for a moment that the tellers were keeping track of every single transaction down to the second? The New York City subway advertisements remind us that by buying a 30-day MetroCard, we are effectively paying less for using the subway now than we did in 1986.
Saving young women from the ravages of Anorexia can be a fight to merely stave off the cycle of death.