By Catherine Powell
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Once again the ever-seeing eye of Big Brother rears its ugly head to remove what little we have of our privacy. If it isn't bad enough that our phones and computers divulge privileged information to government and big business interests, then we have to worry about everything from our TV's and smart devices to health trackers and doorbell cameras ratting us out. In this all too wired world, is there any place that the average citizen can go where their every move isn't monitored, recorded, and forwarded to the highest bidder? Or was George Orwell really just an optimist? Until the past few years, the average American could count on being safe and secure in the confines of the family sedan, provided they turned their smartphone off while they drove. But I'm sad to say that this is no longer the case unless you drive a classic car. Like it or not, every late model vehicle on the road today is equipped with spy gear that would do James Bond Proud.