Privacy rights in Russia

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Privacy rights in Russia are guaranteed by the constitution from 1993 with a revision in 2014.

Right to Privacy in Russian Federation

SECTION ONE CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE 23

1. Everyone shall have the right to the inviolability of his (her) private life, personal and family privacy, and protection of his (her) honour and good name.

2. Everyone shall have the right to privacy of correspondence, of telephone conversations and of postal, telegraph and other communications. This right may be limited only on the basis of a court order.

SECTION ONE CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE 25

The home shall be inviolable. Nobody shall have the right to enter a dwelling place against the will of those residing therein, except in those cases provided for by federal laws or on the basis of a court order.