Finally, the French governement is going to react to the NSA mass spying. Just after the first article published by Le Monde (there might be a paywall). Technically, it's nothing really new since we've read the same for Mexico, England and Germany those last days - use your search-engine fu to find related articles.
Oddly enough, 6 month after the first revelations, the French Foreign Ministry has summoned immediatly the NSAWUS ambassador to talk about it. AT the time I'm writing this, the results of the meetings are not yet public (and I don't even know if the US Ambassador will answers at all) but, in the end, nothing will change.
Also, we currently have, in France, yet another debate around yet another expulsion of yet another school girl (directly from school) and a lot of discontent about or Ministry of Interior. I'm not thinking the summoning of the US ambassador is done only to try to heave people forgetting about this issue, but the timing is troubling.
And now what?
Nothing. Since everyone except citizens is wining on this mutual sharing of mass surveillance system informel deal I do not except things to change in a short term.
However, there is some good news. First, peering deals, and a lot of the necessary system to maintain internet, are out of reach of the different governement. The informal way that governs them doesn't helps for regulation and controls by governement (that's why they seek for it). You still have to keep your data out of big datacenter, but that's not that hard (have a look at yunohost for hosting most of your data) the social networking part is the biggest and hardest one I think - alongside with search engine, but at least you have duckduckgo.
Second, a lot of governement, starting by South American one are really upsets and are starting to act. The Internet Governance summit held recently in Brazil also gave some hopes about the Internet still staying out of control. I'm not sure it will be followed by impact, because the NSA spying is possible due to some key infrastructures issues, but it's a start.
I'm quite disapointed that the EU didn't follow the Brazil on this, since we have some good infrastructure and technologies to help. But then again, I do not think those US/EU commercial agreement will cease for the benefits of citizens or sovereignity they have too much industrial and bank pressure on them.
But as always, nothing will come from the politicians. They must knew about the NSA spying in France and they even collaborate or they're dangerously incompetent. They benefit from it because it's a coercion measure (the same way CCTV cams are) and industrial groups earns money doing it. Even if they o have gag orders. They would have been motivated for your privacy, they would have fight those gag orders.
And that's why nothing new will emerge from this meeting between the french foreign ministry and the - currently in shutdown - US embassy.