Alex Howard writes: “As more people adopt connected smartphones and wearable computers, we’re going to see the emergence of a “sousveillance state” that stares back at the surveillance state, underpinning the police forces and intelligence services of the world. Who is allowed to record or be recorded, retain, or publish recordings will be a question of power and policy, not technology. … Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (Who watches the watchers?) Millennia later, the answer to Juvenal’s question seems clear: all of us.”