The Right to Privacy: Guarantees and Controls

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The Right to Privacy: Guarantees and Controls”, which presents a form of exposure to the privacy of the individual represented in photographing people secretly and without their knowledge, as secretly photography is a crime which must be punished. It reflects a regression and an attack on the system of moral values and stable norms in Egyptian society. It has become a phenomenon in recent times and one of the new crimes in society.
The report emphasized that secretly filming a person is a totally unacceptable social act, as it is clear evidence of an attack on the right to privacy.

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