I generally encourage people to engage in the processes of "compliance theatrics".
The process of "compliance theatrics" is exactly the same as the process of "security theater" - (like removing one's shoes at the airport - it has prevented nothing and serves no purpose other than to soothe the conscience)
Only do what you have to at the superficial level to give the appearance of compliance. Behind closed doors, that's sovereign territory but one cannot be overt about the exercising of those inalienable rights.
There simply isn't enough oversight to find every "deviation" from the rules. One has to invite scrutiny through one's actions.
It's easier to beg forgiveness than to request permission.
I like to watch geese. Have always been fascinated by their large migratory groups and how they behave.
Careful observation reveals that out of a flock of thousands, only a few are watching for danger. All of the other geese feed like mad while just a scant few have their heads up - on the lookout. When even ONE of those watchers raises the alarm, the whole mass (nearly as a single unit) ascends to the safety of the air. Losses to the flock are minimal or non-existent.
For this reason, I don't really lose any sleep over the idea of tyranny. Our society is inter-connected spiritually (a connection we've been taught to ignore) and now, we are technically connected in the form of Internet. So we have our gut, our heart, our ears, and our eyes all linked as a unit which essentially gives us all a common "mind" to access as individuals.
When any REAL danger presents itself, I think the flock (we) will rise above it. We will take off en-masse (metaphorically) and ascend to safer climbs.
My advice is to do as you wish. Just don't attract attention. Enjoy life from the position of an informed on-looker. Find your comfort zone in the processes of performing "compliance theatrics" while playing your role in the "security theater".