Bruce Schneier is tired of electronic surveillance – he’s a security guy, and bemoans the fact that the NSA and its like have opened the world to pervasive eavesdropping.
“We have one infrastructure,” Schneier writes. “We can’t choose a world where the US gets to spy and the Chinese don’t. We get to choose a world where everyone can spy, or a world where no one can spy. We can be secure from everyone, or vulnerable to anyone. And I’m tired of us choosing surveillance over security.” He likely has lots of company.