In fairness the companies probably feel that they don’t have much choice but to keep their mouths shut. Hopefully this will change.
“Earlier disclosures made people think twice about who they called,” said Greg Nojeim, director of the Project on Freedom, Security and Technology at the Center for Democracy and Technology. “Now, they will have to wonder whether entering someone’s contact information in their address book may also bring unwanted scrutiny. There seems to be no end to NSA’s appetite for our social connections.”