A very good anthology start!
The theme of augmented reality where people can blur to have imperceptible identities feels like Vinge’s Fast Times at Fairmont High but it’s far extended.
Brin investigates how criminals can stay within the society instead of being imprisoned by being impeded with special glasses that blur everyone else.
It is more a story about ethics than about technology.
Some twists and turns make this a very fast and enjoyable read on the background of a believable but not too far-stretched or inventive background.