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invasion of privacy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinvasion of privacyinvasion of privacyPRIVATE/PERSONALa situation in which someone tries to find out details about another person’s private affairs in a way that is upsetting and often illegal invasion
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invasion of privacyAnything else would be an invasion of privacy.Should they report their suspicions, or does that constitute an invasion of privacy?Moreover the whole notion of testing employees is an invasion of privacy.Panel members and airline and government officials insist that fears about bias and invasion of privacy are unfounded.It is hard to say this about biography, but at some point there is such a thing as invasion of privacy.Several of the victims said they would file lawsuits for invasion of privacy.Most e-mail-related cases involve allegations of invasion of privacy, Lippetz said.That invasion of privacy will be a problem.
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