Privacy rights in Israel

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Privacy rights in Israel are guaranteed by the constitution from 1958 with a revision in 2013.

Right to Privacy in Israel


a. All persons have the right to privacy and to intimacy.

b. There shall be no entry into the private premises of a person who has not consented thereto.

c. No search shall be conducted on the private premises of a person, nor in the body or personal effects.

d. There shall be no violation of the confidentiality of conversation, or of the writings or records of a person.