Step 1: Dismantle the NSA...
Step 2: ???
Step 3: Profit!
Of course there are surveillance plans running in EU also, but not necessarily anything as massive and intrusive that NSA is conducting.
Who knows? At least CGHQ has been doing some pretty heavy surveillance and spying on an international level too in recent years. Never underestimate the capacity of a government hellbent on eavesdropping everything that is being sent down the wire.
There's no "reform" unless the US stops breaking ITS OWN LAWS.
Even if the US abode by its own laws, spying on foreigners, including EU Citizens, would still be allowed, under those laws. Changing laws to include EU Citizens in the list of persons not to be spied upon would be a confidence building measure... but we all know that the US won't stop snooping in Europe. There are way too many juicy trade secrets there to steal, so a no-spy rule w.r.t. Europe won't make it through Congress.
The question is: can it be done with cryptographic means? If you distributed your site to a select audience of subscribers by encrypting it with their public keys, there's a special canary distribution algorithm on top of this architecture that can't be detected by outsiders (outsiders as in: someone who doesn't have access to at least one private key of the subscribers). That algorithm is hardened by switching to a P2P infrastructure where an outsider is one that doesn't at least have N-M (M greater than 0, sometimes even down to 1!) private subscriber keys.
By the way, thanks NSA for forcing us to censor our thoughts in our head, before we even write them down and tell them to someone. I couldn't have imagined that we'd come to live in a totalitarian-like world (at least that how it feels when you apply censorship in your head) just a few decades after the Iron Curtain was torn apart, and that this totalitarian world is being brought forward by a western country that formerly championed free speech and freedom in general.