Right Of Privacy

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Meaning of Right Of Privacy

A generic term encompassing various rights recognized to be inherent in concept of ordered liberty , and which prevents governmental interference in intimate personal relationships or activities, freedom of individual to make fundamental choices involving himself, family , his relationship with others. industrial Foundation of the South v Texas Indus. Acc. Bd., (Tex.) 500 S. W.2d 668. The right is guaranteed by the federal constitution and includes the right to receive information under the free speech guarantee, freedom from unreasonable search and seizure , right against self- incrimination , due process clause and retained rights of the people under the Ninth amendment . See Lehrhaupt v Flynn, 356 A.2d 35, 140 N.J.Super. 250. It is the right to be left alone, to live one’s life in seclusion without being subjected to unwarranted and undesired publicity. See Harms v Miami daily News, Inc., (Fla.App.) 127 Sold 715.

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