Sure, people could hop into your vision from time to time; it was a simple circuit.

Maybe they’d get in your ears or catch a stray feed. But to take control—theoretically the implants were coded on the individual’s brain signature. To take control you’d pretty much have to carve out the brain and scan it. Theoretically. Her vision flickered and she heard a laugh, a hyena laugh. Out of the corner of her eye she caught a shadow, then it was gone. Then she saw him. Friar, standing a few feet away, looking to the right of her. It was Friar, perfectly, had to be him, but he was faint, not quite part of the surroundings.

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