Problem: Oversighted revisions often contain non-public personal information, which can be accessed to arbitrarily by oversighters. There is a risk of oversighters being bribed to search for oversighted information, in order to dox someone.
Proposed solution: Each access to oversighted contents should generate a private log entry, and thus abnormal information collections could be detected. It's not applied to recent oversighted contents for review convenience.
Who would benefit: People who have personal information oversighted.