It's totally fine if some unknown Russian of questionable intent has your theoretically-secure personal data. Totally fiiine.
Last week, the Syrian government shut down the Internet across its entire country. Last year, the Mubarak regime did the same thing in Egypt. Renesys, an authority on Internet infrastructure and security, has published an informal report on the risk other countries face of similar occurrences of total Internet disconnection.
Had I been cruising the Internet job sites a little more over the holidays I might have come across a listing that definitely would have intrigued me. I fulfilled at least a few of the criteria: