I guess I don't understand the premise, if it's as good at protecting privacy and anonymity as it claims... how exactly are these nine eyes going to know who the bad guys are to decrypt or for that matter know if what they are doing is bad (it's supposed to be encrypted after all). That suggests that there is no anonymity or privacy or real encryption
Unfortunately it's my only choice. Technically I have cable in my neighborhood but the nearest cable terminates somewhere in my yard and in addition to tripling my internet costs I'd have to pay for them to dig up my lawn to try and find it on top of an installation fee.
I guess I'd be a little more sympathetic if my mail man didn't see new mail in my box, recognize it was properly postaged and addressed and put it back in the box with my new mail. After all it's not like the rent check is in any hurry.
Hate to break it to you but the Ms. I-built-the-GPS-nav-system-of-the-DARPA-grand-challenge-winning-automated-car probably won't be volunterring for this, it'll more like be Ms. I-can't-be-bothered-to-pay-attention-to-what-I'm-getting-paid-to-do-because-i'm-busy-with-facebook/t exting/etc.