Thanks To Snowden Leaks, Americans Are More Paranoid Than Ever Before

Americans no longer think it’s safe to communicate via social networks, email services, or even landline phones, according to a Pew report on the public’s thoughts on the post-Snowden era. Some 81 percent of people feel insecure sharing information on social media sites, and a surprising 31 percent are also wary of landline phones. That’s a respectable number of paranoid citizens.
— Pando.com
Joshua Eakle