Well, not really. But you know that a trend is going against the NSA when the American Bar Association offers a course entitled, "The Ethical Implications of NSA Surveillance." According to the the ABA:
Our panel will take you through the revelations about NSA to date and outline the steps law firms can (and ethically must) take to protect their client data from prying eyes of all kinds - abroad and at home. The primary rules involved are 1.1 (Competence) including the new comment 8, regarding being competent with technology, and Rule 1.6 (Confidentiality of Information).
Ouch ... that last touch ("and at home") has to hurt.