The latest sprinter train of the dutch railway has stickers on every door to indicate that cameras are installed in the train and that your whereabouts are recorded. You probably don't have that many alternatives, but this does makes me wonder if you would take a different train now that you are presented with this information? Is this just a courtesy to let you know that the all seeing eye is watching you anyway, or does it provide a choice? The next might not (yet) be equipped with that tech and enables you to commuted anonymously.
What is the goal of providing this information; aren't we recorded all the time anyway? If this notification was mandatory for each time you were captured on camera, it would be similar to the "ignore"-mode we all adapted when the cooky regulation was introduced.
Shouldn't we just trust and accept Big Brother?