I found the link to my old blog on surveillance theory and the like
It ran through most of my MA and the first year of PhD study, when I was primarily focused on theories of surveillance, and getting my head into and around the literature of surveillance, but wasn't as focused upon issues of identity. I also thought I was going to pursue a more traditional political theory approach and look at surveillance in relation to conceptions of liberal democracy.
There's some fairly substantial notes from Theorising Surveillance in 2006, and quite a lot of comments on older issues of Surveillance and Society. Might peruse some of that before my viva, although the notes are probably supersceded by this book