Privacy rights in Libya

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Privacy rights in Libya are guaranteed by the constitution from 2011 with a revision in 2012.

Right to Privacy in Libya

ARTICLE 11

Private homes and properties shall be inviolable. They shall not be entered or searched except in cases prescribed by the law and according to the manner indicated therein. The preservation of the public and private goods shall be a duty for every citizen.

ARTICLE 12

Private life for citizens shall be inviolable and shall be protected by statute. The State shall not intrude into it without a judicial warrant in accordance with the statute.

ARTICLE 13

Correspondence, telephonic conversations and other forms of communications shall be inviolable and confidential. They shall be guaranteed and shall not be confiscated, examined or censored except by judicial warrant for a determined period and in accordance with the statutory provisions.