“If you have at one end, a policy that is driving the police and law enforcement to use it forward, and you have the technology, which is on a daily basis, increasing their ability to do that, but at the other end, you have no buffers, you have no stop point and you have no sort of guidance along the way, then yes, I don’t think there could be any other outcome because it will just proliferate in, in an unguided and uncontrolled way,” he said.