US government spying

Lately we have been shown proof that the US Governments and other governments alike are spying on all of us.

We need to make it a point that due process is being thrown out the window.
No one is allowed to speak freely anymore, even in the historically known democracy the United States of America.
Not all of us are fortunate to live in such a FREE country, well you may find that that FREEDOM is being limited and  shrunken down so much that it isn’t as Free anymore.
Data from even websites such as this and even my account are constantly recorded and collected by the United States government. Not only does this give the government the ability to censor me and sites alike, but it does this on a global scale.
The defence of Freedom Of Speech is not accepted by anyone anymore, at least the governments like the US.
ISP’s are the companies who can make a difference better and worse. Organisations and Activists groups should be focussing on protecting freedom of information and the to see whats really going on.
For readers of this, stand up to your authoritarian enemies by learning the art of cryptography.
American Citizens, beware ware of what you say as your government is listening.
Remember the Soviet Times when the KGB spied on everyone and the US government was really threatened.
Does anyone see a parallel with the KGB and the US government organisations?
What about the Peoples Republic of China?
Section Five of the Computer Information Network and Internet Security, Protection, and Management Regulations approved by the State Council on 11 December 1997 states the following:
No unit or individual may use the Internet to create, replicate, retrieve, or transmit the following kinds of information:
  1. Inciting to resist or breaking the Constitution or laws or the implementation of administrative regulations;
  2. Inciting to overthrow the government or the socialist system;
  3. Inciting division of the country, harming national unification;
  4. Inciting hatred or discrimination among nationalities or harming the unity of the nationalities;
  5. Making falsehoods or distorting the truth, spreading rumors, destroying the order of society;
  6. Promoting feudal superstitions, sexually suggestive material, gambling, violence, murder;
  7. Terrorism or inciting others to criminal activity; openly insulting other people or distorting the truth to slander people;
  8. Injuring the reputation of state organizations;
  9. Other activities against the Constitution, laws or administrative regulations.[14]
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Is the United States and governments alike going to impose such regulation on the internet next?
Are you going to let them? Why not contact your senator? Or your member of Parliament? who ever represents you in your countries congress or parliament.
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