For a story, I try to create a perfect Orwellian state with the current state of technology.
The government controls every aspect of its citizens daily life via constant automated surveillance (CCTV, biometric systems and wearable electronic devices), ministerial departments pass extreme anti-individualistic laws (citizen may only wear certain clothes and are assigned their jobs, apartments and mates for procreation by a computer system, etc.) and a radical (secret) police force makes sure there won't be any form of violent resistance against the system.
Almost everyone of the citizen are very content with the current government, due to the perceived wealth, security and lack of terror/crime. Their lifelong indoctrination at schools, universities and the media keeps them rooted for the leading party and against all enemies of their way of life.
1) Did I miss out any aspect or possibility to oppress the people of my state?
2) The protagonists of my story are working in completely different careers (i.e. a paramedic, an engineer and a businessman), that represent different aspects of the live within the state. How would their work be different compared to our current, free society?