invasion of privacy


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n invasion of privacy the wrongful intrusion by individuals or the government into private affairs with which the public has no concern
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  • Marshall Mcluhan
    “Publication is a self-invasion of privacy.”
  • Danny Mcgoorty
    Danny Mcgoorty
    “I have never liked working. To me a job is an invasion of privacy.”


In literature:

That is an invasion of privacy.
"A Straight Deal" by Owen Wister
Napoleon was silent a moment, as if protesting against this invasion of his privacy.
"The Boy Life of Napoleon" by Eugenie Foa
They pointed out that De Forest's proposal was gross invasion of privacy.
"A Diversity of Creatures" by Rudyard Kipling
In the midst of the gay company the invasions of privacy were constant.
"V. V.'s Eyes" by Henry Sydnor Harrison
He was sorry he knew it, feeling ashamed of his own guiltless invasion of the girl's privacy.
"The Firing Line" by Robert W. Chambers
At the monstrous insolence of this forbidden invasion of Karyl's privacy, Von Ritz stepped forward.
"The Lighted Match" by Charles Neville Buck
Marian had fine control; her mind must have positively seethed at my invasion of her privacy.
"Highways in Hiding" by George Oliver Smith
For deliberate intersexual invasion of privacy?
"The Galaxy Primes" by Edward Elmer Smith
There's no significant privacy invasion in this line of work.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
The invasion of his bachelor privacy was too complete for any minute analysis of what he liked or didn't like.
"Otherwise Phyllis" by Meredith Nicholson

In news:

Asking anyone to pee in a cup and hand his urine over to a stranger is an invasion of privacy.
ESPN reporter and former Dancing with the Stars contestant Erin Andrews has filed a new $10 million invasion of privacy lawsuit, Reuters reports.
It's an invasion of privacy -- and unnecessary.
An invasion of privacy is a violation to a US citizen's independence to do what he or she wants and live according to his or her desires.
Are black box recorders in vehicles an invasion of privacy.
Federal Workers Call Database 'Invasion of Privacy'.
With an increasing volume of information available, when does collecting personal data for marketing purposes become an invasion of privacy.
Do you think posting city employees ' salaries online is an invasion of privacy.
The state Constitution's protection against invasion of privacy must be taken seriously.
Some might call it invasion of privacy, but a marketing firm called Red Pepper came up with a program called.
0Former Rutgers student convicted of hate crime, invasion of privacy in webcam suicide case.
The roommate of Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi was convicted Friday of some bias intimidation charges as well as charges of invasion of privacy and tampering with evidence.
Federal Workers Call Database ' Invasion of Privacy'.
A Princeton University student has been charged with invasion of privacy after a fellow student accused him of taking sexually explicit photographs of him while he slept.
Is it a breakthrough in police science or an invasion of privacy.

In science:

The FuturICT Ethics Board will ensure that the Flagship develops and applies technologies that safeguard against invasions of privacy and manipulation, and will oversee all data collection activities, and develop policies and training for the collection and mining of large-scale datasets in an ethical manner.