And even so, one can mitigate somewhat by sticking to back roads.
A certain amount of privacy came from the cost/effort required to monitor people - you had to have a good reason. So while you could be monitored by a PI/police, it wouldn't happen to people most of the time.
The privacy laws worked in an era where mass collection/mining wasn't feasible. Now, they are broken. Everyone's activity is tracked and logged, referred to for the most minor infraction or mined for indicators of country of origin, shopping preferences, or political affiliation and activism.
Were the existing legal doctrines developed with this in mind as well? Perhaps it's time the notion that movements are not private gets reevaluated.
Pro tip: Don't get busted for lack of auto insurance in Georgia, it is extremely expensive.
I'd kinda like to drive around with an RTL-SDR and see if I can spot any of this stuff near me.
I still don't understand what he means by the map for "Latest Model Year for YOM" [year of manufacture] even after watching the relevant part of the video (at 19m38s).