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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Having your toilet roll bills revealed is a breach of privacy but for MPs one that was in the public interest.
The 41-year-old was convicted of 154 offences including recording in breach of privacy, burglary and sexual assault.
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.
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.
Mr Lewis told Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Radio 5 Live that he planned to bring a civil claim for breach of privacy against News International, former publishers of the News of the World.
allegations regarding breach of privacy, received by the MPS since January
Tagging each other's picture is extremely common to most of us as we do not consider it a breach of privacy.
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.
The AWU believes there was no breach of privacy and there were no records of workers' activities, which would need to be destroyed.
In the Islamic countries, it is considered a breach of privacy to even look at another person's wife or sister while there are areas in the West where top-less and even nude beaches are permitted.
The deceased professor's lawyer Sateyndra Singh Chauhan said chief judicial magistrate Shyam Lal on Friday asked the police to register FIRs against the six men for breach of privacy.
The ministers agreed to draft a regulation taking into account the reluctance of some member countries, including France and Germany, to introduce the system due to its possible effect on the travellers health and breach of privacy.
It referred the matter to the Court of First Instance (CFI), in 2004, which considered that, according to the regulation on access to documents, the Commission could not base its refusal on a breach of privacy.
A Home Office source said: "The original request from Turkey contained a general allegation about a breach of privacy offence by the Duchess.