Re: It is a matter of choice
I've got an idea.
If "not being spied upon at all" is not an option, let's go the other route - exactly the other route.
EVERYONE is being spied on by EVERYONE.
No; I don't just mean letter agencies. I mean Bob from Accounting. Not your Bob from Accounting; somebody else's Bob from Accounting. And not as part of his accounting duties, just what he does on the weekend for fun, he spies on the NSA.
Give everyone - literally everyone - full and open access to the data of everyone - literally everyone. At least then the process would be well and truly fair.