In 2018, advancements in computer science took machine intelligence to a new level. Man could upload his consciousness, thoughts and memories, into learning computers and travel in wireless networks.
By 2020, one final hurdle existed. The breaking down of a biological organism into data allowing it to live inside artificial, computer generated environments. This process was called trans-materialisation and was achieved in 2022 by a brilliant MIT student working for the CIA.
His name was Stephen Cameron.
This is the story of the chaos that followed and how, in 2025, Jason Ghent, a gamer and NSA whistle blower, and Anggie Saad, a hacker on her way to prison, were enlisted to wrest control from Cameron the secret world surveillance project he engineered and administered called iSAP.