Plenty of folks are worried about their privacy after the NSA revelations. There are certain things you can do to protect your privacy. Encryption is your friend here. Take JackPair for instance: this is an interesting tool that protects your privacy by encrypting your voice over phone calls. The system consists of a pair of devices you put between your phone and headset, which are connected through standard 3.5mm audio jacks. Just push the JackPair button, and your voice will be encrypted. The device will tell you when you have a secure line.
Using the JackPair button, you will be able to protect your privacy. There are no passwords to remember (One-Time-Secret -Key (OTSK) that is created on the fly). The developers are planning to open source the software in JackPair. The project is now active on Kickstarter.