if sousveillance tools do not have sufficiently extreme levels of security and user-accoutability, they become additional tool of the powers-that-be…

This article – “Indian cops want Bangalore’s citizens to help them catch criminals by using Periscope” – makes me think that if sousveillance tools do not have sufficiently extreme levels of security and user-accoutability, they become additional tool of the powers-that-be…

Even a Transparent Society – which could replace this one if we fail technically to find ways to provide meanigful priovacy to all – presupposes that we achieve extreme levels of user-trustworthiness of at least part of our IT system, so as to ensure effectively symmetric transparency.

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