Privacy rights in Central African Republic

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Privacy rights in the Central African Republic are guaranteed by the constitution from 2013.

Right to Privacy in Central African Republic


The privacy of correspondence, as well as that of postal, electronic, telegraphic and telephonic communications, is inviolable.


The home, like all private property, is inviolable. It can only be infringed upon following a judicial decision and for a set period of time, and, if there is a danger within the home, by other authorities designated by law and obliged to do so in ways prescribed by law.