Due to the progress in technology, it is accepted that Radio, TV, Internet are protected even when they are not specifically mentioned on paper.
The only possible way for the legal system to set up something that covers current and future technologies from intrusion into citizen's personal lives are obviously rulings, not the constitution. It's after the fact, and many don't go far enough.
Unless it's specifically defined by the courts, it's par for the course. It's an erroneous assumption to believe anything you write or speak over the internet or phone stays between you and the directed party. I'm reminded of operation Echelon, corporate data mining, profile deletion on social networking sites (and personal materials being owned by the company), and employers firing their workers based on comments or activity off work time.