Privacy rights in Yemen

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Privacy rights in Yemen are guaranteed by the constitution from 1991 with a revision in 2001.

Right to Privacy in Yemen

Article 35

Domiciles, houses of worship, and educational institutions are inviolable and shall not be subjected to any control or search except in cases specified by the law.

Article 36

Freedom and confidentiality of mail, telephones, telegrams, and all means of communication shall be guaranteed. They may not be censored, searched, made public, delayed, or confiscated except in cases determined by the law and by a court order.