right of privacy

Definition of "right of privacy"
  1. The ability of an individual to prevent unauthorized public disclosure of matters related to their personal life
How to use "right of privacy" in a sentence
  1. After the photos were published without permission, the movie star claimed her right of privacy had been violated.
  2. A right of privacy was invoked by the citizen against the media outlet for publishing his personal health records.
  3. Charging her with infringement of her right of privacy, she sued the magazine for revealing her confidential information.

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