If you've been photographed by CCTV recently, chances are that your face has now been logged into a global "anti-terrorism" network dubbed TrapWire which federal agencies can use facial recognition software and log your features and find your identity. Imagine the sheer amount of data collected from a place like Grand Central Station or even a local park or college campus. It's now highly likely that your likeness has been stored in a massive government database that the federal government can access at any time without a warrant.
If the feds want to know if you've even attended a political rally or demonstration and want to use that information against you, they now can. You can be now tracked remotely through local CCTV networks and your activities are logged and monitored.
The nightmare portrayed in films and games like A Scanner Darkly and Watch Dogs has now become reality. Your basic rights to privacy and even anonymity in a public place are now under assault unlike never before.