Only 4 have responded to the poll, and the two question below are of most interest:
1. How do we handle protection of personal data (e.g., description/record of behavior, history, genealogy, genetics, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or health; commonly referred to as Personally Identifiable Information [PII]), without being invasive, and still facilitate public safety, national security, historical or statistical purposes. And, should a society archive personal information, or is there a “right to be forgotten?”
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2. Will charity help the beneficiary to get back on their feet or make the person a dependent?
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