Dear Edward Snowden,
Thank-you for standing up for our rights.
Now that you leaked that the NSA has installed malicious software on computers and hacked into webcams, I'm starting to get worried.
When the first revelations about NSA surveillance came around, I wasn't that worried. I'd read enough to know that Facebook and Google have been stealing our data for years. I was by no means shocked or surprised that they were forwarding that data to the government.
Since things are starting to get more complicated, I am asking that you just release everything else you know about government surveillance now. I understand that releasing information about these programs one at a time may allow for prolonged news coverage of this, but I'd prefer to know now if the NSA is tapping my cheap, prepaid phone; or looking at every paper on my computer.
If we know the full extent of NSA surveillance now, we'll be better able to guard the little privacy we have left.
Thank-you again for taking such great risks for the sake of government transparency.