Given the anemic state of American data privacy laws (compared to what exists in Europe), most commercial organizations are free to collect and share data essentially at will --- including the government. Your bank and credit card company, for instance, can already share just about anything they know about you. (A recent law requires them to stop if you've specifically told them to --- but they generally aren't particularly up front about letting you know you have the option).
So relax, folks, your fourth amendment rights are not at risk. What you may have considered your private information really wasn't, anyway.
Or at least that's where you get if you don't acknowledge that in the modern world, large corporations are as much of a threat to civil rights as government agencies, and government regulators have a useful role to play in keeping them in check.