right to privacy

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Noun1.right to privacy - right to be free of unsanctioned intrusion
human right - (law) any basic right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled and in whose exercise a government may not interfere (including rights to life and liberty as well as freedom of thought and expression and equality before the law)
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Instead, the Alaska Supreme Court should choose one limitation or the other to allow for searches and seizures in the interest of public safety, and without infringing upon the explicit fundamental rights to privacy guaranteed in the Alaska Constitution.
The petition blasted the antigraft court's contention that constitutional rights to privacy must yield to the mandate of the AMLC.
The Children's Act provides that a child's rights to privacy regarding their health status may be limited where this is in their best interests (section 13(d), Children's Act).
You have mixed feelings about the royals' rights to privacy.
In an interview with As-Safir newspaper, Baroud stressed the need for a balance between the security services' right to obtain information that he said protects the country against breaches on the one hand and the citizens' rights to privacy on the other.
However, Ash's masterstroke of hypocrisy came in the aftermath of his stupidity when his legal team had photos of his tete-a-tete banned, claiming they invaded his human rights to privacy.
Question: Does this mean that private employees have no rights to privacy in their relationship with their employer?
But we surrender all rights to privacy when we go to work.