Aside from how you use the internet and smartphones, how has your behavior changed in the public physical space?
The awareness can extend anywhere.
You’re buying something and the cashier asks for your phone number. “No thanks”
You counted 35 cameras in one local grocery store and they don’t disclose how they are used, so you visit another store instead.
You’re at an appointment with your doctor and knowing that everything you say is typed into your medical record, you only share the most relevant information. You can refuse any question their practice may ask, such as “are there guns in the home?”
You’re aware of how location tracking and geofencing works, so you occasionally leave your phone at home when going out. You didn’t need your phone on these outings, so now you only bring it along if necessary.
You know that your identity is just a thin trash bag away sitting on the curb every week, so you shred or incinerate documents.
You’re friendly and conversative with coworkers without sharing personal information at work.
You’re aware that you do not have to speak to police, and that anything you say can and will be used against you.