In a word, yes. Private internet communications should be protected under the Fourth Amendment in the same way that personal documents, letters, and other personal belongings are protected. However, I STRONGLY encourage all Countable users to research the BIlls outside of Countable's summary. The summary for this Bill seemed to suggest that officers would have to notify people ten days in advance that they were going to get a warrant for searching their communications. I found the real text on Congress's website and it actually says that officers must notify users three or ten days AFTER they view the information gained from the warrant. In the end, just remember that it's always good practice to confirm information.