right to privacy(noun)
right to be free of unsanctioned intrusion
right to privacy(Noun)
The right of an individual to the protection and preservation of privacy when it concerns that individual, especially within the United States.
The numerical value of right to privacy in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of right to privacy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Justice: To seek it, one must be willing to give up the right to privacy, as nothing more private will become more public.
We've been good at defending the Second Amendment, but I also want to defend the Fourth Amendment, i believe in the right to privacy.
I don’t believe in giving up our right to privacy in order to make people feel safer, the government overstepped its bounds with the Patriot Act and they are likely to do it again.
Releasing any of the records would violate state statutes protecting her right to privacy and confidentiality, no matter how long ago she died, it would also discourage people from seeking psychiatric care.
This is a big debate concerning the values of the society in question : Whether the risk of a terrorist act is more important than the 100 % right to privacy, this should be decided by the people of the country in question. Not by Pavel Durov.
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