Right To Privacy: A Case Study

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The right to privacy is a constitutional principle and is intrinsically linked to the right of the personality of the individual and the violation of this principle implies the direct interference of personal and intimate relationships, distorting the very way we think and act, causing inhibition to creativity obstruction and communication with society. Due to technological advancement, people tend to get used to the facilities of online shopping and social networking, providing personal information over networks that interconnect the database, thus balancing the right to privacy and other inherent to it.

In recent decades, the technological advancement of computer technology has shaken the entire structure of the right to privacy and shown
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In this vein, it is discussed the importance of having a control banks' public and private data, following principles serve as landmarks in the data collection and its purpose as the principle of correction in collecting and processing information, the principle of accuracy data collected, the principle purpose of data collection, the principle of publicity of the databases, the principle of individual access and the principle of security.
It is salutary that the user is aware that the data entered in the computer system because the storage capacity in clouds, it becomes almost permanent, and the privacy is not assured.
The inviolability of the confidentiality of data is related to the fundamental right to privacy. At issue is the right of the individual to exclude from the knowledge of others what it is only relevant and respect their way of being unique within the scope of his private life.

The universal right to privacy
Article 12 of the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations states that the right to privacy is a human
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The right to not be monitored, understood as the right to be seen, heard, etc.
2. Right to be recorded, understood as the right not to have recorded images, recorded conversations, etc.
3. The right to not be recognized, understood as a right not to have pictures and conversations recorded previously published on the Internet in other media.
For the author, "the right to privacy, conceived as a triad of rights - the right not to be tracked, right not to be registered and entitled to not be recognized (right not to have published personal records) - transcends therefore in societies informational, the limits of mere right of private interest to become a cornerstone of democratic rule of law "
According to the cyberpunk Eric Hughes, "Privacy is the power to selectively reveal itself to the world." Similarly, the information scientist Rainer Kuhlen sees the concept of "privacy" (Privatheit) not only as data protection or the right to be left alone, but also as "informational autonomy" (informationelle Selbstbestimmung) ie the ability to choose and use knowledge and information autonomously in an electronic environment, and to determine what attributes you will be used by others.
For protection of privacy under the law, we have some basic principles to be met, such
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