Your privacy is no longer protected if you are a member of a political or religious institution.
Quite a few alterations have been made to the first amendment. One particular limitation to the right to freedom of association allows the government to monitor the private and protected activities of political and religious groups. Furthermore, they are also able to infiltrate these groups without any suspicion of criminal activities whatsoever, essentially permitting the government to spy on these groups. As an individual, you can also be subjected to government investigation because of association with such a group as stated before, including activist or advocacy groups, thus infringing on your right to privacy.