Privacy rights in Cuba

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Privacy rights in Cuba are guaranteed by the constitution from 1976 with a revision in 2002.

Right to Privacy in Cuba

38 PROTECTION FOR PRIVACY OF HOME OR OTHER PROPERTY

ARTICLE 56

The home is inviolable. Nobody can enter the home of another against his will, except in those cases foreseen by law.

ARTICLE 57

Mail is inviolable. It can only be seized, opened and examined in cases prescribed by law.

Secrecy is maintained on matters other than those which led to the examination.

The same principle is to be applied in the case of cable, telegraph and telephone communication.

ARTICLE 58

Freedom and inviolability of persons is assured to all those who live in the country.

Nobody can be arrested, except in the manner, with the guarantees and in the cases indicated by law.

The person who has been arrested or [who is a] prisoner is inviolable in his personal integrity.