The second panel deals with ways that we could improve the current interaction between law-privacy-security.

Lance Hoffman thinks that we’re moving towards a database megadata “fishbowl” society. His response is a technological privacy oversight mechanism that watches the watchers, encrypts data, etc. in accordance with policy choices about when what information should be able to be accessed by who. On a similar theme, see Steve Mann on sousveillance.

Forgetting: At what point should criminal records, unwise website posts, bad reputations be erased, and we be allowed to move beyond who we were in the past? The fishbowl society/internet archive never forgets.