Includes information about the right not to have details about a person's private life made public unless it is in the public interest. This right has been incorporated into English law by the Human Rights Act 1998.
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Your right not to have details of your private life made public.
Includes article 8 of the Human Rights Act. Also looks at confidential information, spent convictions and rehabilitation of offenders, telephone tapping,
surveillance, harassment, unwanted letters and telephone calls, and the power of officials to enter your home.
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