right to privacy

Definition of "right to privacy"
  1. A person's entitlement to keep personal matters undisclosed and free from unwarranted interference, often used against excessive intrusion by the government
How to use "right to privacy" in a sentence
  1. Under the right to privacy, individuals can keep their health records from being disclosed.
  2. Many people consider their emails to be protected under the right to privacy.
  3. The right to privacy allows couples to make personal decisions without undue interference.

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