zone of privacy

Definition of "zone of privacy"
  1. A designated part or aspect of personal life that is secured against invasion or interference, either by explicit constitutional warranties, such as the right against unreasonable searches and seizures, or by a general assumption of confidentiality
How to use "zone of privacy" in a sentence
  1. The patient accused the doctor of breaching his zone of privacy by sharing his medical history without consent.
  2. The law officer was reprimanded for entering the suspect's zone of privacy without a proper warrant.
  3. Legal principles can help establish a zone of privacy to protect intimate details from unwarranted scrutiny.

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