I don't want to ramble on and on about the rights to privacy we as citizens in the United States should appreciate (especially because it's boring to readers not in the U.S.) but for those of you affected, check out what's happening with this CISPA bill that has passed in the house and is now going to the Senate. Essentially, the way the law is written now you will not be allowed any privacy to your doings on the internet as long as the government deems you a risk to the internal structure of a site or other net function.
I just want to make sure people are aware so that way if you want to take action, you can. Things like this easily slip through the cracks. The time to react is before it's law, not after.