Privacy rights in Iran

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Privacy rights in Iran (Islamic Republic of) are guaranteed by the constitution from 1979 with a revision in 1989.

Right to Privacy in Iran


The inspection of letters and the failure to deliver them, the recording and disclosure of telephone conversations, the disclosure of telegraphic and telex communications, censorship, or the wilful failure to transmit them, eaves-dropping, and all forms of covert investigation are forbidden, except as provided by law.