The Right to Privacy
Anything for a private life
Privacy is one of the fundamental human rights which is recognised by many pieces of legislation, in particular article 8 of the European Convention, which shapes UK privacy laws. Perhaps one of the more important human rights in modern society, it encompasses concepts such as freedom of information and association.
In this section you will find copious information and advice on the laws pertaining to the right of humans to privacy.
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