Privacy is a privilege
Of course, privacy is a right, protected by the Constitution. But come on, don't be naive. Let's face the reality.
In the era of Internet, privacy is a privilege. Only a few can have it. You, one of the ordinary people, are transparent. You have no secret, no privacy, in front of the government. And even a junior networking engineer can see everything of your life. Basically,
you are naked.
Before the era of Internet, it's a privilege to be online. But when everyone is online now, many people are willing to pay huge amount of money to be able to offline.
Privacy is a privilege and rich people can have it.