invasion of privacy

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Noun1.invasion of privacy - the wrongful intrusion by individuals or the government into private affairs with which the public has no concern
civil wrong, tort - (law) any wrongdoing for which an action for damages may be brought
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Rufi Osmani former president of NDP stressed that the massive eavesdropping on citizens in Macedonia is harmful breach of privacy.
The landmark hearing followed an earlier defeat for Google in the English High Court in which it was unsuccessful in preventing three British computer users from having the right to sue it for breach of privacy, after the computer giant ignored users wishes not to have tracking cookies placed on their computers.
Abu Dhabi: The Abu Dhabi Court of Misdemeanour turned down the bail plea of three executives working at a government entity, including two Emiratis, who have been detained in a case of breach of privacy.
The 41-year-old was convicted of 154 offences including recording in breach of privacy, burglary and sexual assault.
Taggers could be charged with breach of privacy and defamation, while posts about alcohol and dating will not be tolerated if they breach Islamic law.
Ms Gayet last week claimed more than PS40,000 in damages for alleged breach of privacy by Closer.
The Huonville man, who has a history of exhibitionism and had been seeing a psychologist, has pleaded guilty to one count of observation or recording in breach of privacy.
MELISSA BRAMWELL: It is a breach of privacy that much I can agree on.
In a statement, the palace said: "St James's Palace confirms that legal proceedings for breach of privacy have been commenced today in France by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge against the publishers of Closer Magazine France.
ISPs argued that this could lead not only to breach of privacy rights, but also for random but significant punishments for users for downloading content as harmless as pictures.
allegations regarding breach of privacy, received by the MPS since January
The former champion jockey, who has already successfully sued the Rupert Murdoch-owned Sunday newspaper on three occasions, is believed by his legal team to have been the victim of a breach of privacy during 2005.