No, the government is reserving the capability to do so.
When the keys are out there, it's not 'the government' that abuses them. It is individuals within the government who abuse those powers.
It's the same danger as many of the 'unenforced laws' that are left on the books... it's perfectly 'legal', everyone does it... until some cop or DA decides to 'make an example', because they don't like your haircut. Then it's enforced, and the courts will go by the letter of the law, not by any notion of 'justice'.
People are very lackadaisical about security and privacy. OnStar tracks and records their car's location wherever they drive, and the various wireless carriers track and record your position with the GPS in your 'smart' phone. Just a few years ago, some of the same people who tell me I shouldn't 'worry' about that would be creeped outto find a GPS tracker on their car. Now they buy one factory installed, 100% capable of the same tracking, only now they'll sell the data to anyone, so no court order is required to 'follow' your, car (or phone) wherever it went.
Stores and malls all over have put up little stickers stating that they will track your cellular signal wherever you go in the store. You know, just 'collecting' data.
Google recently patented a 'feature' to use a hot microphone on their phone to listen to ambient noise, and come up with targeted ads for you, based on google's guess for what's going on. So you could wake up with a 'snoring cure' ad on your android phone. Or perhaps a condom ad.
And those ubiquitous cameras on everything. They've ALREADY been abused quite nastily on school children in their homes. Technically the school district said that was not policy. But that's how the capability to spy with the built in cameras of the school issued computers was used by people within the district.
State troopers in several states will download the content of your smart phone for later review at a traffic stop. They consider this 'search incident to arrest'. Lots of people use their portables as their 'computer'. How would you feel about the police downloading your computer's data ON DEMAND? The police think it's fine. The equivalent of carting off all your file cabinets and documents on a whim.
Just wave as all of your former assumptions about privacy and personal space and property go away, if you don't stop and THINK about how your former rights have become 'privileges' that can be revoked, because you gave them away for a sparkly bit of technology.
Don't lecture me about 'paranoia' while you have your head stuck in the sand. For one thing, it comes out rather muffled. "MMfmmNNMMMF!"