invasion of privacy

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invasion of (someone's) privacy

Fig. an intrusion that results in the loss of someone's privacy. Your invasion of my privacy is not welcome! The athlete complained about the invasion of his privacy by the press.
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Some policies may cover property damage, but not invasion of privacy claims.
We may lose (the case), but I think anyone with an ounce of common sense can see that taking pictures under the table up someone's skirt without anyone's knowledge is an invasion of privacy.
He was already facing invasion of privacy charges, alongside Wei.
Avis managing director Stuart Gent says: "I admit that we may come in for some criticism over the scheme for being an invasion of privacy, but the print will not be stored permanently and it will not be used unless a crime is committed.
Invasion of privacy is a concern also arising with the use of radio frequency identification, or RFID tags.
The plaintiff claimed that defendant's mistaken reference resulted in invasion of privacy by appropriation and invasion of privacy by false light.
Internet companies have been held immune from suits for libel, invasion of privacy, fraud, breach of contract, and housing discrimination.
As Abby Lippman, chair of the Canadian Women's Health Council opined, "I think it is an invasion of privacy.
A PARIS appeals court fined three photographers one euro (68p) each for invasion of privacy for taking pictures of Princess Diana and boyfriend Dodi Fayed the night of their fatal 1997 car crash, officials said today.
Now the 16-year-old students, who wish to remain anonymous, are suing for discrimination, invasion of privacy, and unfair business practices.
A Washington appeals court has ruled that Steven White can proceed with his invasion of privacy lawsuit against his employer, a municipality.
France's supreme court has partially overturned the acquittals of three photographers tried for invasion of privacy after they took pictures of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed at their 1997 death crash scene.
While many schools allow students to carry cell phones for emergencies and to communicate with home, units with cameras are almost indistinguishable, and heighten the potential for cheating, invasion of privacy, bullying and harassment.
The invasion of privacy continues with cameras in taxicabs and at public transportation terminals.
She sued the city and Merullo for invasion of privacy and emotional distress.