The point is?
Really, when the US gov can ask in secret for the data and pretty much compel any US-related business to comply, what is the point in them huffing and puffing and putting in SSL links that, most likely, use a certificate that is from a potentially compromised issuer?
The issue behind all of this is judicial oversight, or more precisely the lack of. We, the public, should expect privacy unless there is "probable cause" for investigation, and that should be properly signed off by a judge after considering the supporting evidence and not rubber-stamped en mass and in secret.
Fix that, USA, and maybe some trust will return. Until then everyone should treat all USA-based companies as fundamentally compromised.