Recent revelations of the National Security Agency’s vast spying program has made users feel less secure, new data finds.

Some 65 percent of consumers, SMBs, large enterprises, and government agencies in the survey say they feel less safe now knowing that the NSA has access to electronic and phone records, while 26 percent are ambivalent, 4.5 percent feel safer, and 4 percent aren’t aware of the NSA program.

via Post-NSA Revelations, Most Users Feel Less Safe — Dark Reading.

I wonder how much of this is due to media fatigue.

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