How does this relate to transparency?

In Brin’s “City Number Two” (the Transparent Society), he refers to the police as “efficient, respectful and above all accountable.” Why does he think this would be the case?
Why does Brin consider criticism valuable? How does this relate to transparency? We’re not asking about surveillance or two cities here.
According to Brin, has increased surveillance in the real world made society safer, in those places where it has been implemented? We’re not asking about his hypothetical two cities here. We’re also not asking about its effects on privacy.
What is the effective difference between Brin’s “City Number One” and “City Number Two”? Think in terms of civil liberties. A description of how these two cities work is not enough, you must tell me about civil liberties.
Read Participatory Panopticon. JamaisCascio claims that the camera phone is a “harbinger of a massive social transformation.” How does his account of the events of the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City support (or contradict) this view? For full points you need to tell what the social transformation is. A description of events is not enough.

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