Privacy rights in Djibouti

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Privacy rights in Djibouti are guaranteed by the constitution from 1992 with a revision in 2010.

Right to Privacy in Djibouti

ARTICLE 12

The domicile is inviolable. It may only be subjected to intrusions or searches in the forms and conditions specified by the law. The measures infringing the inviolability of the domicile or circumventing it may only be taken to respond to a collective danger or to protect persons in peril of death.

ARTICLE 13

The secrecy of correspondence and of all other means of communication is inviolable. Restriction of this inviolability may only be ordered in application of the law.