Right to Privacy in Law (Sanctity of Private Life)

Rabi mahmmud najeeb alamuor


The right to privacy of the private life is one of the basic rights stipulated in international conventions and conventions as well as in national constitutions and laws, However, there is still no agreement in jurisprudence about its definition, in fact due to the flexibility of the idea of private life and its development from one society to another and from time to time, In light of the degree of development and progress of society, and the ethics prevailing in it, and according to the circumstances of each individual in society in terms of age and social status and the level of education, education and culture.The French jurisprudence has tried to define the right to privacy in a manner that allows the judiciary to apply it, and divergent opinions in this field are several doctrines that can be summed up in two directions. This is the positive definition of the right to inviolability of private life, where some believe that the right to privacy, is the right of the person to leave him without bothering   and do not disturb one of his privacy, or the right to live away from the intrusion of people and curiosity.And there is another aspect of jurisprudence that tried to define private life through the enumeration of what comes within its scope, some of which are in it, where some considered it to be included in the right to privacy of privacy, right to name, right to image, right to human voice, The right to intimate, the right to honor and reputation, the right to forget and what is important to us in this chapter, and there are others who limit it in the emotional life, family life and sources of income, and the non-public aspects of professional life and leisure.

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