Privacy Essay | Student Essay

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The Right to Privacy

Summary: Examines the right to privacy in the United States. Details the erosion of that right and increased incidents of invasion of privacy.
We, the people of the United States, have the right to privacy. Each citizen has a different identity. There is only one of a kind. What an individual does on his/her own time has nothing to do with the public's interest. Everybody deserves a time to be let alone and express their own thoughts and feelings without somebody disturbing them. Now, in this modern world, a person can't even go to sleep tranquilly because they are worried somebody out in this world is trying to be them or just trying to find out information about him/her. It is nobodies business to be scrutinizing a stranger's life. They should worry about themselves and stop sticking their nose wherever is not supposed to be at any time. "There is something perverse in the invasion of privacy snatchers' (Goodman). Someone's personal life and property belongs only to...

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