invasion of privacy

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the wrongful intrusion by individuals or the government into private affairs with which the public has no concern

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Abdul seeks more than $1 million for libel, invasion of privacy and violation of her right to control her own publicity, Berkowitz said.
Prevailing attitudes linking drug testing to invasion of privacy and European Commission proposals to provide more privacy in the workplace have been identified as critical inhibitors to market growth.
Orlando Magic guard Miles Simon sued the University of Arizona, the Kansas City Star and several others, claiming defamation and invasion of privacy for the 1997 article, ``MVP Made Grade Only On The Court.
There are many ways in which these malicious BHOs are being used, but the end result is always a blatant invasion of privacy.
He said that he has been subjected to an invasion of privacy by Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel, that no American citizen should have to endure.
ELT's courseware is specifically engineered to help establish invaluable defenses to employment law litigation such as workplace harassment, discrimination and invasion of privacy.
She also sued for false arrest, invasion of privacy and mental suffering, seeking unspecified general and punitive damages.
In the past year, reality productions have been mired in litigation claiming defamation of character, copyright infringement, invasion of privacy, emotional and physical abuse and "rigging" of results.
Connerly and Wilson's office called that an invasion of privacy.
We often focus solely on explicitly malicious programs, such as viruses and worms, whereas this type of malware can also cause significant problems that result in data theft, drained resources, increased helpdesk calls, wasted bandwidth, and invasion of privacy.
Michaels and Lee are suing for invasion of privacy, violation of right of publicity and misappropriation of name and likeness.
Pierce also asserts individual claims against the defendants for defamation and invasion of privacy during Iron Mountain's 16-month investigation of him, which included the secret taping of a Logisteq business meeting that was held at Pioneer's offices in January 2002.
Until recently, invasion of privacy was codified in two statutes: section 565.
A Honesdale, Pennsylvania, high school teacher was charged with 14 counts of invasion of privacy for taking photos of female students' "intimate parts" as he taught Spanish classes, state police say.
The lead opinion adopted the insurer's broad argument that TCPA claims, by definition, are for invasion of privacy and therefore excluded under the Policy's exclusion of claims, "based upon, arising from, or in consequence of.