Do we require security systems to watch us in order to keep us safe? How far should we let the state go in its mission to protect us?
Is it possible to live out of the government's clutch? One man, who lives 'off the grid', or off the official social radar, explains how his way of life allows him to escape the 'nanny state'.
How often, on an average day, are our personal actions placed under the surveillance spotlight of the officials put in place to protect us?