On Sunday, the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee published their report in two volumes: A Surveillance Society? (volume 1) and Volume 2 Some of it has been picked up and reported on in the press but it is worth reading in the round. Some of their recommendations may be regarded by some as naive in the extreme and I do not anticipate Government being too constrained in the application of surveillance as a result of the opinions and findings expressed therein. Perhaps Arrsers, usually light-years ahead of most, might like to give their response to the report before the Government does. There are plenty of experts out there among the membership.