Another PRISM poll-type thingy - Attempt 2
Right. My 1st poll-type thingy regarding the NSA's 360 degree snoopery went swimmingly depressing over here - with pretty much no reply.
So I'll try again:
Are you bothered now?
Does it bother you that Lavabit, a US-based email provider closed shop because its founder feels that he couldn't continue to run the company without committing "crimes against US citizens" - i.e. collaborating with the NSA's dirty little spying game.
You can laugh it off, of course. What are his 350,000 customers compared to Google's 100s of millions? Yahoo's? Microsoft's?
Have recent revelations made you change your online behaviour?
Have you canceled any cloud service accounts or looked into alternatives to the big boys such as the 'more private' options suggested by PrismBreak?
Or, does it honestly not bother you?
In my first 'poll' matt suggested there was no point getting all paranoid about it because there just isn't any online privacy anyways. Is he right? Is 'don't worry be happy' the only available solution?
Is it okay for Barack Obama to appear on the Jay Leno show to openly lie? ("There is no domestic spying programme") only to hours later announce there is going to be a reform of just that domestic (and world-wide) spying programme...
Don't worry, be happy?
Please. Do tell.