invasion of privacy

Definition of "invasion of privacy"
  1. An unlawful act where a person's personal affairs are interfered with or their likeness is used without consent
How to use "invasion of privacy" in a sentence
  1. The celebrity sued the tabloid for invasion of privacy over the unauthorized publication of her pictures.
  2. Installing spyware on someone's computer without their knowledge is an invasion of privacy.
  3. Sharing confidential health information about an employee to other staff members can be labeled as an invasion of privacy.

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