[1,7] This article attempts to build on earlier work, by comprehensively setting out the nature and sources of a child's right to privacy
regarding health interventions, and by developing four key norms which can be applied to a range of HIV-prevention studies.
She shared with ZENIT how the so-called right to privacy
has vitiated any sense that there is an objective truth that must govern human behaviour.
Relinquishing his right to privacy
, gives him the right to work; choosing the principle of right to privacy
means relinquishing his right to work.
She had however, signed a lucrative deal with rival magazine OK!, leading some to question whether she had waved her right to privacy
by agreeing to publicise the wedding in the first place.
Initial articles include: legislative minefields for UK journalists; press regulation and anonymity; photo journalism rights in Germany; legal recognition of the right to privacy
in New Zealand; how new legislation affects privacy in South Africa; right to privacy
under French law; the US 'privacy landscape'; cybersmearing; online republication; jurisdiction in libel cases; national data protection policies; and, privacy and genetic data.
Urge your members of Congress to protect young women from endangering their health and provide them the right to privacy
by opposing S.851 and H.R.1755
The judge found that when he balanced Coe's right to privacy
against Miss Lander's right to disclose - and the Sunday Mirror's right to publish - that he agreed with the newspaper.
Examine why some fear that the new HIPAA privacy rule may actually take away a patient's right to privacy
Still, the tension between the parents' right to know and a student's right to privacy
has always existed, explains Kevin Druger, associate executive director of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (www.naspa.org).
Senator Rick Santorum (Republican, Pennsylvania), as a follow up to his Magoo-like contention that he couldn't find any right to privacy
in the Constitution, recently indulged in more contortionist thinking in his effort to bring the esoterica of Catholic theology into U.S.
The preamble of the American School Counseling Association's Ethical Standards for School Counselors details the basic tenant that "Each person has the right to privacy
and thereby the right to expect the counselor-client relationship to comply with all laws, policies, and the ethical standards pertaining to confidentiality" (American School Counselor Association, 2002).
In the library setting, right to privacy
refers to the lack of availability of information about oneself" (Winter, 1997).