Privacy rights in North Korea

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Privacy rights in North Korea are guaranteed by the constitution from 1972 with a revision in 1998.

Right to Privacy in Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)

CHAPTER 5 ARTICLE 79

Citizens are guaranteed inviolability of the person and the home and privacy of correspondence.

No citizens can be placed under control or be arrested nor can their homes be searched without a legal warrant.