No, I don’t travel much sorry. That said, rental vehicles are likely to be a wonderful tool for leaking personal information.
Our government is one of the keenest in the world to have everything it can get about us. Internet browsing history (oops, I mean metadata - in other words a whole lot more) is just one of many terrifying pieces of legislation that are now law due to a government that is keen on ‘the rule of law’ (at least as it applies to those who are not part of the inner sanctum) and an opposition that doesn’t want to look ‘weak’ because ‘paedophiles’ and ‘terrorists’.
These laws weren’t thoroughly debated in both houses of parliament; the law allowing the Commonwealth to require Internet companies to ‘break’ encryption was rushed through just in time to ‘protect our Christmas’. Do you feel safe yet?
Or perhaps the proposed flogging off - I mean, outsourcing - of ASIC’s Companies Register and associated data holdings.