"I'm here to make space transparent: nothing hides in space," he said. "I want everybody to know where everything is all the time. And I want people's behaviours, and the intended and unintended consequences of their actions to also be very transparent. And I want to facilitate scientifically informed policy in law."
Good luck with all of that, I can imagine so many 'sensitive' projects from many nations not wanting to give any data at all on some items they have put into orbit, even if the items are visible with the naked eye.