Lauren, a rising online video star, is about to celebrate her two-millionth subscriber when things go unexpected sideways. She discovers a corporation has taken over her channel after successfully claiming they own the copyright to her face and voice. She tries desperately to untangle how she lost the rights to her identity, which leads to a family secret.
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Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchel Tew
Audio Post-production Matthew Erdmann
Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume
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