right to privacy

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right to be free of unsanctioned intrusion

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Santorum's constant attacks on Americans' right to privacy and his efforts to force everyone to support ministries through religious school vouchers and "faith-based initiatives" are examples of the latter approach.
Students are encouraged to become informed and active in asserting their right to privacy and to quality education.
As noted previously, the ethics of all counseling-related professions recognize that clients have, again absent some limited exceptions, a right to privacy.
Over the course of the 20th century, the right to privacy slowly established through both statutes and case law.
The newspaper argued that the public's right to know the cause of the firing is more important than Cummins' right to privacy.
Abella said that it was the data protection officers' obligation to redact items in the SALN to protect the right to privacy of all state workers, including cabinet members, consistent with global data protection regulations.
New Delhi [India], August 24 ( ANI ): Kamal Haasan, who is known for continuously voicing his opinion on national issues, has hailed the Supreme Court's land mark verdict on Right to Privacy.
Venugopal told the bench that the right to privacy was a fundamental right under the common law but not so in India as it is not there in the Constitution.
THE Supreme Court on Tuesday segregated the issues of illegality and criminality arising out of the controversial taped conversations of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia with others and decided to first hear right to privacy concern raised by then Tata chief Ratan Tata.
However, a divided Supreme Court invalidated AO 308 in Ople vs Torres (July 23, 1998) basically on two grounds: 1) violation of the constitutional right to privacy, and 2) a national ID may be instituted only by Congress.
ISLAMABAD -- Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) and Bolo Bhi organized the 'Reviewing the Right to Privacy in Pakistan Roundtable' at the Islamabad Hotel, Islamabad on Thursday.
Niti Aayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar on Wednesday said that the law underlining Aadhaar will have to be strengthened in the wake of the Supreme Court upholding the right to privacy as a fundamental right.
A nine-Judge Bench, in separate judgments, tore into the government's arguments and stated that right to privacy is a fundamental right as it is an intrinsic part of the right to life and personal liberty guaranteed under the Constitution.
The landmark ruling declared a right to privacy is guaranteed by Article 21 of the country's constitution, which states, "No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law.