Being locked up is the most definite form of state deprival of freedom. But I never limited my thoughts to that. Indeed, I even included examples of people being on parole/probation, which is somewhat less than being locked up. Your examples of psycological freedom infringement don't rank even close to real physical confinement. And I don't know what you are talking about with "lynch mobs." Where? What lynch mobs? Nobody hangs black guys anymore.
Now, to partially address your vague examples, I'll respond to the first one, driving while black. The implication is that police are more likely to pull over someone who is black, everything else being equal.
I don't know about where you live, but the situation is just the opposite here in north 66101, a black-becoming-Mexican-neighborhood. Black people are normal driving around here, and they typically freely drive around without harassment. A white person, particularly a young one, and definitely a young one late at night, is often suspected of drug buying just by being here. The police will, for no reason, or for a trumped-up reason, pull over a white person simply for his/her presence. This behavior doesn't speak well for the police department, but it belies your assertion that people driving-while-black are persecuted.
I, personally, seldom get pulled over, but the last time was about a year ago 3 blocks from my house and was for turn-signaling too late. Once the officer decided I wasn't up to anything (my ID showed my address), he didn't cite me.
Sure, that was anecdotal, and it doesn't really prove anything, but it generally represents what goes on. My black acquaintances all agree it's risky from a being-stopped POV for a white person to drive in this neighborhood. BTW, I have a self-imposed curfew of 10pm just to avoid the police - even though I'm technically legal.