Privacy rights in Liechtenstein

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Privacy rights in Solomon Islands are guaranteed by the constitution from 1921.

Right to Privacy in Liechtenstein

Article 32

1) Personal liberty, the immunity of the home and the inviolability of letters and documents shall be guaranteed.


2) Except in the cases specified by law and in the manner prescribed by law, no person may be arrested or kept in custody, no houses, per- sons, letters or documents may be searched, and no letters or documents may be seized.