privacy is a very key part of life beacuse you dont want the whole world to find out all about ur perseonal life when it should only belong to you .
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Privacy can not be placed under human rights; there are many degrees of privacy. Privacy can be between family members, between doctors and their patients, or even the government and its people, but just like human rights, it can be taken away. For safety reason, one's right to have privacy can be taken away. Such example is when one is going to harm themselves or others around them. However, if one is not harming oneself or another, one is entitled to have privacy, of their own. Just like human rights, one should be entitled to having all the time, only if something really serious happens.

external image privacy.gifHowever privacy might not even granted to you. Even though you are not harming anyone or yourself, how do you know that you having privacy? The government or anybody else would envade your privacy just to make sure that you won't harm yourself or anybody else. How else would they fiugure out hat you were planning any of the latter? Thats why your phones are tapped.

By requesting a form of privacy includes the agreement of anther select few people. Which usually mean that person has a higher authority than you. With a higher authority that one person could easily take back what they had originally given, including privacy.

Privacy is a human right that cannot be taken away. If privacy is taken away then we have nothing left to keep to ourselves. Our entire personality is due to the privacy we have and taking it away just means that we belong to someone else. It's important to have our own personal space since its what keeps us healthy and it helps us know more about ourselves. If everyone were to know everything about our personal lives than everybody would be the same. The government does not have the right to make decisions for us, since they only care about their own well being and could care less for the people. Privacy cannot be taken away just like that. Fear can cause privacy to hide for a while.


What is Privacy?

What are Human Rights?

Privacy has been a problem for quite sometime now. People Usually complain that either they don't have privacy or people take it away from them. Is privacy a right or a privilege one is given? Privacy is often thought of the idea of having one's personal space without the fear or feeling of being watched or monitored in any way possible. Privacy has been lacked in places people often go to and expect to find it such as the internet. Most people who have lack a private life and privacy in general are celebrities in where they are followed or stalked by the paparazzi. Cameras and audio recorders normally are the form that people are monitored by.

external image security-camera.jpgThis is a security camera which can be used to see things and record them when you are not there at that moment. I think privacy is considered a human right and its something that everyone has a right to but its a respansibility that you caont take advantage of.external image privacy.jpg

Privacy has been argued over whether it is a human right or not. Privacy is a human right to a certain excent and not everything you do can be private. Many times you can do something and the whole world can find out about it by the internet. All around New York their are cameras that the governement uses to see the actions off the people.

Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively. The boundaries and content of what is considered private differ among cultures and individuals, but share basic common themes. Privacy is sometimes related to anonymity, the wish to remain unnoticed or unidentified in the public realm. When something is private to a person, it usually means there is something within them that is considered inherently special or personally sensitive. The degree to which private information is exposed therefore depends on how the public will receive this information, which differs between places and over time. Privacy can be seen as an aspect of security — one in which trade-offs between the interests of one group and another can become particularly clear.
The right against unsanctioned invasion of privacy by the government, corporations or individuals is part of many countries' privacy laws, and in some cases, constitutions. Almost all countries have laws which in some way limit privacy; an example of this would be law concerning taxation, which normally require the sharing of information about personal income or earnings. In some countries individual privacy may conflict with freedom of speech laws and some laws may require public disclosure of information which would be considered private in other countries and cultures.
Privacy may be voluntarily sacrificed, normally in exchange for perceived benefits and very often with specific dangers and losses, although this is a very strategic view of human relationships. Academics who are economists, evolutionary theorists, and research psychologists describe revealing privacy as a 'voluntary sacrifice', where sweepstakes or competitions are involved. In the business world, a person may give personal details (often for advertising purposes) in order to enter a gamble of winning a prize. Information which is voluntarily shared and is later stolen or misused can lead to identity theft.