I was honoured to be asked to participate as a discussion facilitator for the 35th conference on IT and Law held in digital form on November 11-12. There are numbers of interesting questions to do with how law meets autonomous decision making — how can responsibility be distributed when the operator of a system has less expertise than previously was typical? How can we address the question of invisible harm, when automatic decision making systematically causes some slight disadvantage to some of us? How can we act on the principles of editability and transparency in face of information imbalance? This discussion was not the last word on these issues!