right to privacy

  1. right to be free of unsanctioned intrusion
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  • I feel strongly that everyone has a right to privacy — your sexuality is your business — but I feel less and less tolerant of a Hollywood where queers naturally gravitate, only to remain closeted in the service ofa career. Gay Politics, The Sopranos, and Merv Griffin (in the corner pocket) « Skid Roche
  • Palin thinks she has the right to limit women's right to privacy nationally that makes this issue fair game, since she is being portrayed as someone who 'walks the walk' by the rightto lifer's. Election Central Sunday Roundup
  • The place in which they do dwell is one in which the working poor, clothed in the stigmatizing uniforms of their menial trades, interrogated, tested, monitored, and policed, trade their civil rights-at the very least, their right to privacy and to free speech-for a not quite subsistence wage. Looking for a Living Wage
  • He doesn't respect other people's right to privacy.
  • Finally, the economic character of purchasing health care would seem to require careful pause before considering it to be encompassed within the right to privacy, as the very sentence this footnote is appended to: “[T] he existence of facts supporting the legislative judgment is to be presumed, for regulatory legislation affecting ordinary commercial transactions is not to be pronounced unconstitutional unless, in the light of the facts made known or generally assumed, it is of such a character as to preclude the assumption that it rests upon some rational basis within the knowledge and experience of the legislators.” The Volokh Conspiracy » New lawsuit on Obamacare
  • Actually it isn't true that there is no bright line - there is: Our right to Privacy which has to be gaged via equal protection. Pro-Life Group Preparing Big Ad Assault Charging Obama Allowed Babies To Die
  • But it does mean giving internet users a proper opportunity to enforce their right to privacy.
  • The infringement of right to privacy is prevalent.
  • Some claim that city surveillance is a violation of one's right to privacy.
  • They were using it to justify publication of information that would breach the right to privacy, he added. Times, Sunday Times
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