As probably pointed out elsewhere in these comments, the same is said about every technological development.
'Those impudent whipper-snappers writing on papyri. When I was a child, we were forced to memorise epic poetry. They are so lazy for committing things to an external medium rather than their memories!'
'Those rascals calling on that newfangled telephone gewgaw! Why not take a ride over to the dry grocer rather than calling in an order. The height of sloth, I tell you!'
You are correct--in theory.
In practice, the NSA collectively view everyone outside of the Agency as foreigners and enemies. Therefore, due process of law even within the USA's borders means fuck-all to them. So in actually, Americans within the US have no more real protections than non-citizens, especially when you have pliant judges and magistrates who will sign on the dotted line cuz National Security.
In some rarefied Platonic universe, we all have natural, inalienable rights endowed us, but unless they are recognised, enforced, and vigilantly defended, they aren't worth the paper upon which they're enumerated.
How the hell did we get such a militarized police force anyway?