In light of the 4th Amendment and the prohibitions on unreasonable search and seizure, should this law be changed? Would you answer differently if you knew that the search and seizure applied to anybody within 100 miles of the U.S. borders, even if they had not crossed an international boundary and were just going about their daily lives?

One of the greatest points of contention with the expanding police authority of CBP and other DHS agencies is 8 USC Section 1357 and 19 USC Sections 1499, 1581, and 1582, which authorize searches and detention, allowing CBP agents to seize any electronic device, access the data on that device, require the person carrying the device to provide passwords so that the data can be accessed, and copy the data for future analysis. In light of the 4th Amendment and the prohibitions on unreasonable search and seizure, should this law be changed? Would you answer differently if you knew that the search and seizure applied to anybody within 100 miles of the U.S. borders, even if they had not crossed an international boundary and were just going about their daily lives?