Last week, we asked readers of our website at heraldsun.com whether they thought their phone conversations, emails and web-browsing habits would be of interest to the National Security Agency. Here’s what you leaked to us:
- 87 percent claimed they were boring and stayed out of trouble.
- 6 percent noted they sometimes could be controversial.
- 4 percent indicated they occasionally say and write things just to get the NSA’s attention.
- 3 percent alleged that they never talked on the phone, never used email and never used the web, but acknowledged they might be lying because they were responding to a web-based poll.
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