I mention this because a lot of people seem concerned that the "cyber threat sharing" bills in congress (CISA/CISPA) will divulge private information to the NSA. This is nonsense. The issue is private information exposed to the FBI and other domestic agencies. It's the FBI, ATF, or DEA that will come break down your door and arrest you, not the NSA.
We see that recently where the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) has been caught slurping up international phone records going back to the 1990s. This appears as bad as the NSA phone records program that started the Snowden disclosures.
I know the FBI is corrupt because I've experienced it personally, when they threatened me in order to suppress a conference talk. We know they are corrupt in the way they hide cellphone interception devices ("stingray") from public disclosure. We know they are corrupt because their headquarters is named after J Edgar Hoover, the notoriously corrupt head of the FBI during much of the last century.
For all that the FBI is horrid, the DEA and the ATF are worse. These are truly scary police-state style agencies which we allow operate only because their focus is so narrow. Every gun store owner I know has stories of obviously dodgy characters trying to buy guns who they are certain are actually ATF agents doing "sting" operations. One of the many disturbing elements of the "fast and furious" ATF scandal is how they strong-armed gun store owners into complying.
In any case, even if you hate the NSA the most, the NSA's frightening ability to monitor everything outside the United States means they probably don't need the domestic "cyber threat information".
My point is this: stop making the NSA the bogeyman of privacy. Domestic agencies, namely the FBI, are a far greater danger.