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Virtual hacking is a method of file access which requires the hacker to send his consciousness into a data storage area.Read more
(The Sex, Lies and Negatives episode) Entry from Tom’s Diary:
A procedure developed by Dr. Shayzin at the Advanced Biogenetics Laboratory used to remodel bones and tissue.Read more
A method of memory triggering and enhancement used by the Organization to break particularly difficult subjects. Flash regression requires a controlled environment.Read more
Dr. Moen, an academic rival to Dr. Bellamy, uses an advanced system of drugs, pulsating lights, the power of suggestion, stage scenery, virtual reality and actors to break his subject’s spirit.Read more
When Thomas Veil’s attempted hijacking of a plane backfires on him, he awakes in a city called New Phoenix, which is completely populated with other “disenfranchised” people, in other words, every citizen has had his or her identity erased.Read more
The Organization readily uses cybernetic implants and other forms of minor bionics.
In this case, Alexander Hale, a member of the Organization, has contacted Tom, gained his trust, and arranged a meeting to find out everything he knows about Hidden Agenda. Unbeknownst to Tom, Hale’s eyes and ears have been replaced with cameras and listening devices, so their entire secret discussion is being broadcast live to a committee.
Who knows how many other people Tom meets are acutally walking recording devices?
They want to cover up the truth about American troops executing rebel prisoners in the jungle of Chile. What else could it be?Read more
An award-winning photo-journalist specializing in war-torn and poverty-stricken areas, Tom made the mistake of taking a photograph of a private military group dressed as US army soldiers secretly executing four young rebels deep in the jungles of Chile.Read more
Thomas Veil’s loving and supportive wife, Alyson, is the reason he wants his life back, at first. But clues about her start to surface and she may not be who he believes her to be.Read more
The Organization (which is never referred to as anything else), is a privately-funded research group with extensive political and military ties but no particular loyalty.Read more
Tom’s psychiatrist when he is first taken to Calaway Psychiatric Hospital for kidnapping Alyson after he is erased. Bellamy is working for the Organization, he also appears to be working with Alyson.Read more
Tom’s photo, Hidden Agenda, is the main cause of the disruption of his life.Read more
It seems inevitable that Tom would run into others who have been affected by Organization tactics in his investigation of the conspiracy.Read more