Not if the process takes away the fundamental freedoms that are the entire point of the Constitution.
But that said, information can help keep us free. Perhaps the NSA should be required to publish all communications to and from the government and all of its employees, with the same anonymity provisions you believe they have. After all, if the anonymity provisions really do mask the identities of the participants they shouldn't care about the release of the information should they?
But in reality there is no anonymity. The entire point of the surveillance is to build a database of information about citizens, and you can be sure NSA will be able to search by name, phone number, social security number, etc.
I’m referring to a process of analyses against anonymous data that requires a warrant to reveal the entity(s) that generated the data. The identities could be kept private to the companies for example.
It’s a fascinating issue.