What is privacy?
What are some distinctions between privacy and privacy laws?
How should they be upheld by the criminal justice system?
How can you improve the expectation of privacy? Explain.
Privacy can be defined as the choice made by an individual or group of people to seclude themselves or any information pertaining to themselves from public scrutiny and thus selectively express themselves. Privacy is one of those sacrosanct rights that are guaranteed and protected by most national constitutions and international instruments like the universal declaration of human rights. Privacy entail s a lot like the freedom not to have their home or property unnecessarily searched, their possession seized, the privacy of their communication infringed and the information relating to them unnecessarily revealed. This and much more as discussed into detail in subsequent paragrphs.