Legally, privacy is of a dual character: as (i) objective right,where it constitutes all legal provisions, national or international privacy of persons in three dimensions: minimum interference of public authority in particular relationships, protection of personal data and free personality development; and as (ii) subjective right,when conceived as the set of legal rules that recognize prerogatives to safeguard elements of their life and immediate environment, based on freedom and self-imposed limits.Download
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