Privacy rights in Vanuatu

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Privacy rights in Vanuatu are guaranteed by the constitution from 1980 with a revision in 1983.

Right to Privacy in Vanuatu


1. The Republic of Vanuatu recognises, that, subject to any restrictions imposed by law on non-citizens, all persons are entitled to the following fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual without discrimination on the grounds of race, place of origin, religious or traditional beliefs, political opinions, language or sex but subject to respect for the rights and freedoms of others and to the legitimate public interest in defence, safety, public order, welfare and health-

[…] for the privacy of the home and other property and from unjust deprivation of property;