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26 February, 09:05

Which statement best explains the legal basis for the right to privacy?

It was a new theory proposed by activist justices in the 1960s.

It developed gradually through legal precedents and Supreme Court rulings.

It is clearly named in the amendment forbidding search and seizure.

It evolved as protection from the invasive technologies of the twentieth century.

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  1. 26 February, 09:38
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    I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is the third option. The legal basis for the right of privacy would be that it is clearly named in the amendment forbidding search and seizure. Hope this answers the question. Have a nice day,
  2. 26 February, 10:57
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    The courts currently recognize three legal bases for privacy rights: privacy torts, the explicit guarantees of certain aspects of privacy in the Bill of Rights, and the broader privacy rights implied by the Bill of Rights and further protected by the Fourteenth Amendment.
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