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Perhaps you do not understand

Perhaps you do not understand the Constitution. The Constitution does not grant rights to the people. The people have rights that can never be separated from them, their rights can be violated but never taken. The Government is a child of the people and is granted powers by the people to help protect the people's rights. The Constitution's role is to explicitly define the powers of government as granted to it by the people, and limit those powers so the peoples rights are not violated by the very entity created to help protect them. A right of privacy does not need to be defined in the Constitution, the people simply need to protect it from those who would violate it.

If the people permit the Government to violate their privacy then either they do not value privacy. or the Government is violating its Fiduciary duty, a high crime.