Waking up to a surveillance society

"John-Paul Flintoff checks out the people who are checking up on him in Big Brother Britain, the most spied-upon and databased society in the western world."

With contributions from Richard Thomas, UK Information Commissioner, Flintoff looks at the level of surveillance in the UK today, from CCTVs to radio frequency identification (RFID) and the National Health Service's £12 billion IT project that will upload millions of patients’ medical records onto a national database.

Help! They know all about me (Sunday Times, 5 November 2006)