The right to privacy in the legal system of the United States

Monika Bartczak



The article presents a historical aspect of development of the right to privacy in the American legal system. The considerations bring closer the most significant issues concerning the privacy protection presented among U.S. case-law and doctrine.


privacy; case-law; right to privacy; common law; human rights; personal goods

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