Was haben die AmerikanerInnen eigentlich aus den Snowden-Enthüllungen gelernt?

Einige sehr interessante Antworten auf diese Frage liefern uns die Kolleginnen und Kollegen vom Pew Research Center:

“A new survey by the Pew Research Center asked American adults what they think of the programs, the way they are run and monitored, and whether they have altered their communication habits and online activities since learning about the details of the surveillance. The notable findings in this survey fall into two broad categories: 1) the ways people have personally responded in light of their awareness of the government surveillance programs and 2) their views about the way the programs are run and the people who should be targeted by government surveillance.”

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