External memory is a commonplace device or tool that stores information outside of a cyberized body.

It is close to the concept of cloud storage and is used store important files, programs and pieces of information, including a digital version of what the users eyes might see, replicating what a ghost expeirences as a memory.

When an individual wants to store a file or information that is in their brain elsewhere, especially important documents, they send a back up to their external memory. This is a tool used extensively by Section 9 team members as they are in danger of having their bodies destroyed in the line of duty, thus they store pertinent and mission-sensitive data offsite for their colleagues to access.

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