RIGHT OF PRIVACYright of privacy.
1. The right to personal autonomy. ? The U.S. Constitution does not explicitly provide for a right of privacy or for a general right of personal autonomy, but the Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that a right of personal autonomy is implied in the ¡°zones of privacy¡± created by specific constitutional guarantees. [Cases: Constitutional Law 82(7)¨C82(13).C.J.S. Constitutional Law ¡ì¡ì 461¨C470, 584, 612, 614¨C619, 623¨C628, 630¨C648; Right to Die¡ì 2.]
2. The right of a person and the person’s property to be free from unwarranted public scrutiny or exposure. ¡ª Also termed right to privacy. See INVASION OF PRIVACY.
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