Whatever do you mean, citizen? The fourth amendment is alive and well! You are secure from unreasonable search of your papers without a warrant from a judge, every bit the same today as in 1789! But these orders to search are letters, not warrants! Completely different. Kind of like a warrantless wiretap. Why would you need a warrant for a warrantless wiretap? That's why they're called warrantless, silly! "Oh look at me I need a horse to pull my horeless carriage!" You nut, with your kidding. Too much, too much I say.
And your email isn't on paper, you noodle! Get with the times! And "reasonable expectation of privacy?" You know we're reading your email and logging your text messages, right? How can you expect them to be private when we're reading them! That's a completely unreasonable expectation. Be like you having a reasonable expectation of dinner when I've snatched your plate from your hands and am eating it in front of you! Not reasonable, not reasonable at all!
And the fifth amendment? Fine and dandy, so glad you asked, so glad you asked! We're not asking you to incriminate yourself, heavens no! We just want the passwords to your encrypted drives. The passwords aren't incriminating! "Oh look at me I have an illegal password!"
Don't worry your sweet little noggin, citizen, the republic is alive and well. We would NEVER imprison, torture or kill individuals without due process. And you can rest confidentially that your freedoms are secure because we use enhanced interrogation techniques on indefinitely detained enemy combatants and then employ done interdiction against known terrorists identified via a process, that is due, but is not necessarily judicial.
Now you get back to your circuses...I mean TV, citizen! Oh, but don't tell me who won Dancing with American Idol! No spoilers, lol! Well, unless you have some spoilers about your neighbors, and anything terroristy or muslimy they might be up to. Thanks!
-- The DoJ