Privacy rights in Guinea

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Privacy rights in Guinea are guaranteed by the constitution from 2010.

Right to Privacy in Guinea

ARTICLE 12

The domicile is inviolable.

It may be infringed only in the case of grave and imminent peril, to evade [parer] a common danger or to protect the life of the persons. All other infringement, all search may only be ordered by the judge or by the authority that the law designates and in the forms prescribed by it.

The secrecy of correspondence and of communication is inviolable. Each one has the right to the protection of their private life.