Because your questioning is so convoluted, you have missed my answer entirely. Of course the Constitutional right to free speech was intended to allow people to share information vital to survival. Recheck my affirmation that individuals such as Manning and Snowden were upholding their constitutional right, and that violations of the NSA are unconstitutional. The system we are living in was the genesis of your question, even if there is another issue you had in mind pertaining to your question. Perhaps I did not hit the exact nail you were vaguely pointing toward. I expected that type of understanding, and I should not have. I apologize.