Privacy rights in Bolivia

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Privacy rights in Bolivia (Plurinational State of) are guaranteed by the constitution from 2009.

Right to Privacy in Bolivia

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Bolivians have the following rights:

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2.To privacy, intimacy, honor, their self image and dignity.

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I. Every person has the right to the inviolability of his home and to the confidentiality of private communications of all forms, except as authorized by a court.

II. Correspondence, private papers and private statements contained in any medium are inviolable and may not be seized except in cases determined by law for criminal investigation, based on a written order issued by a competent judicial authority.

III. No public authority, person or organization may intercept private conversations or communications by an installation that monitors or centralized them.

IV. The information and proof obtained by violation of correspondence and communications, in whatever form, has no legal effect.