Absolutely no on on this thread has said anything indicating that the United States is a direct/pure democracy, so I'm not sure why you are explaining something everyone already knows.
The fourth amendment states the citizens right to be secure in their papers. In modern day, most of my papers are electronic documents. So no matter whatever the DAMN Kangaroo court says, You CANNOT take breach my papers without SPECIFIC court order of SPECIFIC AND DEFINITE "LOCATION" to be searched and SPECIFIC documents to be seized.
Kangaroo court issuing blanket authorization for random documents, random locations of random people is UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Let me turn that around for you.
The FISA court issued a SPECIFIC court order to SPECIFICALLY obtain the log of phone numbers SPECIFICALLY from telephone companies, at the SPECIFIC location of the telephone company's place where they keep these records, as upheld by the public courts since the 70s.
Nothing random or non specific about it.