The next number the machine dispenses is for Wayne Kruger, an Internet genius and head of a company called Life Trace, which allows people to find others through information readily available already on the web. However, Finch learns that Life Trace's primary goal, its money making venture, is as a data broker, selling the information it gathers to people who will pay for it. As Kruger prepares to make what is perhaps the biggest deal of his career, he wants to be as open and transparent as possible with his prospective clients... or so he says. Finch, Reese and Shaw also learn that there was a class action lawsuit against Kruger and Life Trace by people who were ultimately hurt by the information that was provided through the site. They believe Kruger is the target, as someone or some people, probably a coalition of those behind the lawsuit, want to expose Kruger in very public means for not being as open concerning his own life as he purports. They have to wade through the list of ... Written by
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You were right. Something had to be done, Which is why we reached out to you, Mr. Sommers.
You - you did it? You sent me the package?
We sent you the means to exact justice for your daughter, and you had the courage to act. Unfortunately, the car crash wasn't successful, requiring this improvisation, but everything worked out in the end. You should go now, Mr. Sommers.
[He flees, Collier turns to Kruger
I think you understand now.
What is lost when your privacy's stripped away....
Pieces of Me
Written by Mike Haggblad, Benjamin Lazzaro, Wayne Lichte, Willie Powell Dying Regret
(as William Powell), Michael Rawluk
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