(Top Left to Right and Down)
1.  Aaron Swartz - Internet activist and critic of internet censorship.  Outspoken against the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance   Found dead in apartment; ruled suicide.2.  Michael Hastings - Journalist, writer and critic of the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Investigated by US Dept. of Justice.  Died in a bizarre, one-car, high speed crash.3.  Barrett Brown - Internet activist and writer opposing US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Arrested and awaiting trial.  If convicted he could receive 100 years in prison.4.  Bradley Manning - Convicted for leaking military documents including the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Awaiting sentencing that will most likely result in life imprisonment.5.  Edward Snowden - Former CIA and NSA agent who leaked documents pertaining to the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Political exile in Russia.  6.  Will you be next?
Paranoia is associating random events into a conspiracy despite any logical connection or evidence.  
This is not paranoia.  
  

(Top Left to Right and Down)

1.  Aaron Swartz - Internet activist and critic of internet censorship.  Outspoken against the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance   Found dead in apartment; ruled suicide.
2.  Michael Hastings - Journalist, writer and critic of the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Investigated by US Dept. of Justice.  Died in a bizarre, one-car, high speed crash.
3.  Barrett Brown - Internet activist and writer opposing US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Arrested and awaiting trial.  If convicted he could receive 100 years in prison.
4.  Bradley Manning - Convicted for leaking military documents including the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Awaiting sentencing that will most likely result in life imprisonment.
5.  Edward Snowden - Former CIA and NSA agent who leaked documents pertaining to the US government’s involvement with cyber surveillance.  Political exile in Russia.  
6.  Will you be next?

Paranoia is associating random events into a conspiracy despite any logical connection or evidence.  

This is not paranoia.