invasion of privacy

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in·va·sion of pri·va·cy

(in-vā'zhŭn prī'vă-sē)
In health care, illicit (i.e., unauthorized) use of documentary materials related to treatment or condition of a patient.

in·va·sion of pri·va·cy

(in-vā'zhŭn prī'vă-sē)
In health care, illicit use of documentation related to treatment.
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In principle, this regulation defines a wide access to institution documents, except (Article 4) when there is a risk of a breach of privacy, in accordance with the privacy law drawn up by the Court of Human Rights or the investigation objectives of the institution.
But the European Court of Justice struck down that agreement on a legal technicality in May and failure to find a fast replacement could expose airlines to breach of privacy suits.
Christine Carter claimed Ardent's filming at Prince William's university, was not the first time Edward had allegedly been in breach of privacy.
And a murderer who wrote letters confessing in terrible detail to the sex killing of a three-year-old girl has got legal aid to sue for breach of privacy.
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An investigation into the issue is going on amidst accusations of breach of privacy. The federal statistical agency had recently asked nine banking firms to provide banking information of 500,000, randomly-selected Canadians.
Summary: Appeal court overturns man's jail term, acquits him of molestation and breach of privacy
She is suing him and another user of the social network for alleged breach of privacy and the Data Protection Act.
They are suggesting it may have been stolen and there is a breach of privacy. The same could have been argued about the stolen CDs that revealed the MPs expenses scandal.
Abu Dhabi: The Abu Dhabi Court of Misdemeanour turned down the bail plea of three executives working at a government entity, including two Emiratis, who have been detained in a case of breach of privacy.
Taggers could be charged with breach of privacy and defamation, while posts about alcohol and dating will not be tolerated if they breach Islamic law.

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