Privacy rights in Guinea-Bissau

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Privacy rights in Guinea-Bissau are guaranteed by the constitution from 1984, with a revision in 1991.

Right to Privacy in Guinea-Bissau


The personal identity, civil status, citizenship, good name and reputation, image, and respect for private and family intimate information shall be recognized for everyone.


The State shall recognize each citizen’s right to inviolability of his home, correspondence, and other means of private communication, except in cases expressly provided for by law in matters involving criminal process.