In another recent report it seems that those searching for TOR software or even looking for proxies are targeted by the NSA http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/07/03/nsa_xkeyscore_stasi_scandal/
Alleged leaked documents about the NSA's XKeyscore snooping software appear to show the paranoid agency is targeting Tor and Tails users, Linux Journal readers – and anyone else interested in online privacy.
The top-secret documents were apparently obtained and studied by members of the Tor project and security specialists for German broadcasters NDR and WDR. In their analysis of the divulged data, the team accuses the NSA of, among other things:
* Specifically targeting Tor directory servers
* Reading email contents for mentions of Tor bridges
* Logging IP addresses of people who search for privacy-focused websites and software
* And possibly breaking international law in doing so.
Its clear many international laws have been broken by the NSA and their associated organisations in other nations, all that is going to happen is that more web traffic is going to become dark to these intelligence agencies because everyone fears the abuse of their personal information, they will have no one to blame but themselves because they didn't stick cleanly to their mandate of chasing criminals.