The critics and activists are getting even more creative when it comes to pulling the NSA up for its unethical tactics against the public it is meant to protect.

An activist group have been using drones to send the message to the NSA in Germany. Reports reveal that drones have been dropping off leaflets which feature strong criticisms of the organizations secretive practices that invade the illegally privacy of citizens. The leaflets were dropped off at the Dagger Complex, a military base in Germany which is the local headquarter for the NSA.

The group that is taking credit for this activity, is rather new -- Intelexit has been formed only a week ago and is already creating its impact. The move was also intended to demand the resignation of top officers at the NSA who encouraged these unlawful practices.

Accordong to an NBC report Intelixit is also raging against the machine in Britain, the organisation has been responsible for putting up billboards that criticize the NSA: "No more paranoia," "Listen to your heart, not to private phonecalls," and "Complicit in mass surveillance and drone wars? Exit intelligence."

Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who revealed all about the NSA's unethical surveillance in 2013, has also been in the news lately. Snowden gave his first BBC interview since his move to Russia. He revealed that he really missed home and would be willing to accept a plea bargain from the US state.

"I've volunteered to go to prison with the government many times. What I won't do is I won't serve as a deterrent to people trying to do the right thing in difficult situations," he said.