Informational Privacy And Non-State Actors

The right to informational privacy, as a concept, is a branch or extension of the right to privacy. The Concept has been taken in different ways in different situations. According to Warren and Brandeis “once a civilization has made a distinction between the life of the soul and the life of the body, the idea of a sphere in which men may become and remain himself.”

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