Privacy rights in Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Privacy rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo are guaranteed by the constitution from 2005 with a revision in 2011.

Right to Privacy in Democratic Republic of Congo

CHAPTER 1 ARTICLE 29

The domicile is inviolable. Entry or searches may only be effected in the forms and the conditions specified by the law.

CHAPTER 1 ARTICLE 31

All persons have the right to the respect of their private life and to the secrecy of their correspondence, of telecommunications and of any other form of communication. This right may only be infringed in the cases specified by the law.