The constitutional basis of the right of privacy is?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The "Right to Privacy" is never used in the constitution. However, If you look through the Bill of Rights, you will see that privacy was important to the framer of the Constitution. Look at Amendments I, III and IV. The below link explains it much better than I can.

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