We have freedom though.
"Freedom" is a loose concept that's made up of a collection of personal and collective rights. Among many, included are the right to privacy, the right to anonymous speech, and the protection against the unwarranted search of your effects. These are protected by law and legal precedent in the US because they are all critical to creating and maintaining a free society.
Mass government surveillance is a crack in the larger edifice of freedom and the chilling effects it causes will tend to make those cracks spread and get larger. And to make it all worse, the return on investment -- freedoms for promised security -- is a joke.
As others point out, we are orders of magnitude more likely to die in a car crash than an act of terror and yet people complain every day about seat belt laws. A rational re-evaluation of priorities is desperately needed today.