How much do the government and private corporations know about you? How much can they find out? These are the questions posed in this chilling documentary that charts the unimaginable limits of the modern information state. In order to discover how much of his privacy he has left, David Bond sets out to disappear from his life in England for a month. Leaving behind his pregnant wife and young daughter, as well as the conveniences of modern life, Bond tries to go underground in Europe. But with a pair of topnotch private detectives on his trail using all the information that the surveillance society has made available, Bond finds his task far trickier than he ever imagined.
Just how much of our personal information is floating around in government and corporate databases? In the chilling documentary "ERASING DAVID," filmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world's top private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.