“The Institute for Applied Autonomy is an anonymous activist group who utilize advanced technology to engage the public in pertinent conversations. iSee, a project from 2004 in New York City, attempted to do just that. iSee gave New Yorkers a tool to avoid CCTV cameras in the city and by doing so, began a larger conversation about surveillance. Ultimately, IAA posed little threat to the steady infiltration of surveillance around the globe. However, iSee continues to be a significant touchstone in the evolving conversations around dissent and surveillance, and is indicative of the controversial work IAA is known for. “