right of privacy

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Noun1.right of privacy - a legal right (not explicitly provided in the United States Constitution) to be left alone; the right to live life free from unwarranted publicity
legal right - a right based in law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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For his part, the Defendant asked the FSC to find that the elements of the crime of invasion of the right of privacy set out in Article 21(2) were not met.
"The point on right of privacy being not absolute and subject to various restrictions is also supported by other Judges.
during the course of the hearing today, it seems that it has become essential for us to determine whether there is any fundamental right of privacy under the Indian Constitution."
The subject is either a natural or juridical person to whom inures the constitutional guarantee of the right of privacy. The object is the place to be searched and the personal property to be seized.
(41.) See Bruce Brashear, Marijuana Prohibition and the Constitutional Right of Privacy: An Examination of Ravin v.
Surely she is entitled to the basic human right of privacy and not to be exposed in such a way.
One person's legal right of privacy may also be tempered by another person's (or entity's) First Amendment rights to free speech.
The case hinged on an advertising and personal injury provision in Swiderski's general liability policy--specifically, the definition of "violation of a person's right of privacy" in that provision--according to Anthony C.
The commission said his arrest was a breach of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and of the right of privacy. We will just ask the U.N.