Is the NSA spying on us REALLY that bad?
I mean...It's a fact: we have all major IT companies like Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo giving all our personal data to US security services.
But do people really care that they are being spied on by NSA?
According to this article:
Americans fear hackers more than the Government over online privacy.
Not only should be concerned with what the NSA and govt. are going to do with the massive databases they are building, but we should be extremely concerned about cyber-criminals & identity thieves getting their hands on that information.
Who is the worst? NSA or cyber-criminals/hackers/online-thieves?
Do you think The Snowden/NSA revelations are, surprisingly, irrelevant to the day-to-day lives of most Americans?
What's your take on this?