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Artikel 7 - Achtung des Privat- und Familienlebens

Artikel 7 - Achtung des Privat- und Familienlebens

Jede Person hat das Recht auf Achtung ihres Privat- und Familienlebens, ihrer Wohnung sowie ihrer Kommunikation.

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  • Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania

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    Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania
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    Lithuania

      Article 2.23. Right to Privacy and Secrecy1. Privacy of natural person shall be inviolable. Information on person’s private life may be made public only with his consent. After person’s death the said consent may be given by person’s spouse, children and parents.2. Unlawful invasion of person’s dwelling or other private premises as well as fenced private territory, keeping his private life under observation, unlawful search of the person or his property, intentional interception of person’s telephone, post or other private communications as well as violation of the confidentiality of his personal notes and information, publication of the data on the state of his health in violation of the procedure prescribed by laws and other unlawful acts shall be deemed to violate person’s private life.3. Establishment of a file on another person’s private life in violation of law shall be prohibited. A person may not be denied access to the information contained in the file except as otherwise provided by the law. Dissemination of the collected information on the person’s private life shall be prohibited unless, taking into consideration person’s official post and his status in the society, dissemination of the said information is in line with the lawful and well-grounded public interest to be aware of the said information.4. Public announcement of facts of private life, however truthful they may be, as well as making private correspondence public in violation of the procedure prescribed in paragraphs 1 and 3 of the given Article as well as invasion of person’s dwelling without his consent except as otherwise provided by the law, keeping his private life under observation or gathering of information about him in violation of law as well as other unlawful acts, infringing the right to privacy shall form the basis for bringing an action for repairing the property and non-pecuniary damage incurred by the said acts.5. Where the said acts are committed on the basis of reasoned judgement of the court, restrictions imposed on the publication and collecting of information about the person which are laid down in the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 3 of the given Article shall not be applied. Article 2.24. Protection of Honour and Dignity[…]6. The person who made a public announcement of erroneous data shall be exempted from civil liability in cases when the publicised data is related to a public person and his state or public activities and the person who made them public proves that his actions were in good faith and meant to introduce the person and his activities to the public.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania

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    Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania
    Country:
    Lithuania

    Article 22. Private life shall be inviolable. Personal correspondence, telephone conversations, telegraph messages, and other communications shall be inviolable. Information concerning the private life of a person may be collected only upon a justified court decision and only according to the law. The law and courts shall protect everyone from arbitrary or unlawful interference with his private and family life, as well as from encroachment upon his honour and dignity. Article 24. The home of a human being shall be inviolable. Without the consent of the resident, it shall not be permitted to enter his home otherwise than by a court decision or according to the procedure established by law when this is necessary to guarantee public order, apprehend a criminal, or save the life, health, or property of a human being.

  • Lietuvos Respublikos civilinis kodeksas

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    Lietuvos Respublikos civilinis kodeksas
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    Lithuania

      2.23 straipsnis. Teisė į privatų gyvenimą ir jo slaptumą 1. Fizinio asmens privatus gyvenimas neliečiamas. Informacija apie asmens privatų gyvenimą gali būti skelbiama tik jo sutikimu. Po asmens mirties tokį sutikimą gali duoti jo sutuoktinis, tėvai ar vaikai. 2. Privataus gyvenimo paţeidimu laikomas neteisėtas įėjimas į asmens gyvenamąsias ir kitokias patalpas, aptvertą privačią teritoriją, neteisėtas asmens stebėjimas, neteisėtas asmens ar jo turto apieškojimas, asmens telefoninių pokalbių, susirašinėjimo ar kitokios korespondencijos bei asmeninių uţrašų ir informacijos konfidencialumo paţeidimas, duomenų apie asmens sveikatos būklę paskelbimas paţeidţiant įstatymų nustatytą tvarką bei kitokie neteisėti veiksmai. 3. Draudţiama rinkti informaciją apie privatų asmens gyvenimą paţeidţiant įstatymus. Asmuo turi teisę susipaţinti su apie jį surinkta informacija, išskyrus įstatymų nustatytas išimtis. Draudţiama skleisti surinktą informaciją apie asmens privatų gyvenimą, nebent, atsiţvelgiant į asmens einamas pareigas ar padėtįvisuomenėje, tokios informacijos skleidimas atitinka teisėtą ir pagrįstą visuomenės interesą tokią informaciją ţinoti. 4. Privataus asmens gyvenimo duomenų, nors ir atitinkančių tikrovę, paskelbimas, taip pat asmeninio susirašinėjimo paskelbimas paţeidţiant šio straipsnio 1 ir 3 dalyse nustatytą tvarką, taip pat įėjimas į asmens gyvenamąjį būstą be jo sutikimo, išskyrus įstatymų numatytas išimtis, asmens privataus gyvenimo stebėjimas ar informacijos rinkimas apie jį paţeidţiant įstatymą bei kiti neteisėti veiksmai, kuriais paţeidţiama teisė į privatų gyvenimą, yra pagrindas pareikšti ieškinį dėl tokiais veiksmais padarytos turtinės ir neturtinės ţalos atlyginimo. 5. Šio straipsnio 1 ir 3 dalyse numatyti apribojimai, susiję su informacijos apie asmenį skelbimu ir rinkimu, netaikomi, kai tai daroma motyvuotu teismo sprendimu 2.24 straipsnis. Asmens garbės ir orumo gynimas[…]6. Paskleidęs tikrovės neatitinkančius duomenis asmuo atleidţiamas nuo civilinės atsakomybės, jeigu tie duomenys yra paskelbti apie viešą asmenį bei jo valstybinę ar visuomeninę veiklą, o juos paskelbęs asmuo įrodo, kad jis veikė sąţiningai siekdamas supaţindinti visuomenę su tuo asmeniu ir jo veikla.

  • Lietuvos Respublikos Konstitucija

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    Lietuvos Respublikos Konstitucija
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    Lithuania

    22 straipsnis. Žmogaus privatus gyvenimas neliečiamas. Asmens susirašinėjimas, pokalbiai telefonu, telegrafo pranešimai ir kitoks susižinojimas neliečiami. Informacija apie privatų asmens gyvenimą gali būti renkama tik motyvuotu teismo sprendimu ir tik pagal įstatymą. Įstatymas ir teismas saugo, kad niekas nepatirtų savavališko ar neteisėto kišimosi į jo asmeninį ir šeimyninį gyvenimą, kėsinimosi į jo garbę ir orumą. 24 straipsnis Žmogaus būstas neliečiamas. Be gyventojo sutikimo įeiti į būstą neleidžiama kitaip, kaip tik teismo sprendimu arba įstatymo nustatyta tvarka tada, kai reikia garantuoti viešąją tvarką, sulaikyti nusikaltėlį, gelbėti žmogaus gyvybę, sveikatą ar turtą.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Latvia

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    Constitution of the Republic of Latvia
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    Latvia

    96. Everyone has the right to inviolability of their private life, home and correspondence.110. The State shall protect and support marriage – a union between a man and a woman, the family, the rights of parents and rights of the child. The State shall provide special support to disabled children, children left without parental care or who have suffered from violence.

  • Latvijas Republikas Satversme

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    Latvijas Republikas Satversme
    Country:
    Latvia

    96. Ikvienam ir tiesības uz privātās dzīves, mājokļa un korespondences neaizskaramību.110. Valsts aizsargā un atbalsta laulību — savienību starp vīrieti un sievieti, ģimeni, vecāku un bērna tiesības. Valsts īpaši palīdz bērniem invalīdiem, bērniem, kas palikuši bez vecāku gādības vai cietuši no varmācības.

  • Constitution of the Italian Republic

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    Constitution of the Italian Republic
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    Italy

    Art. 14. The home is inviolable. Personal domicile shall be inviolable. Home inspections, searches, or seizures shall not be admissible save in the cases and manners complying with measures to safeguard personal liberty. Controls and inspections for reason of public health and safety, or for economic and fiscal purposes, shall be regulated by appropriate laws. Art. 15. Freedom and confidentiality of correspondence and of every other form of communication is inviolable. Limitations may only be imposed by judicial decision stating the reasons and in accordance with the guarantees provided by the law. Art. 29. The Republic recognises the rights of the family as a natural society founded on marriage. Marriage is based on the moral and legal equality of the spouses within the limits laid down by law to guarantee the unity of the family.

  • Costituzione della Repubblica Italiana

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    Costituzione della Repubblica Italiana
    Country:
    Italy

    Art. 14. Il domicilio è inviolabile. Non vi si possono eseguire ispezioni o perquisizioni o sequestri se non nei casi e modi stabiliti dalla legge secondo le garanzie prescritte per la tutela della libertà personale. Gli accertamenti e le ispezioni per motivi di sanità e di incolumità pubblica o a fini economici e fiscali sono regolati da leggi speciali. Art. 15 La libertà e la segretezza della corrispondenza e di ogni altra forma di comunicazione sono inviolabili. La loro limitazione può avvenire soltanto per atto motivato dell'autorità giudiziaria con le garanzie stabilite dalla legge. Art. 29. La Repubblica riconosce i diritti della famiglia come società naturale fondata sul matrimonio. Il matrimonio è ordinato sull'eguaglianza morale e giuridica dei coniugi, con i limiti stabiliti dalla legge a garanzia dell'unità familiare.

  • Constitution of Ireland

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    Constitution of Ireland
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    Ireland

    Article 41.1.1 The State recognizes the Family as the natural primary and fundamental unit group of Society, and as a moral institution possessing inalienable and imprescriptible rights, antecedent and superior to all positive law. Article 41.1.2 The State, therefore, guarantees to protect the Family in its constitution and authority, as the necessary basis of social order and as indispensable to the welfare of the Nation and the State. Article 41.2.1 In particular, the State recognizes that by her life within the home, woman gives to the State a support without which the common good cannot be achieved. Article 41.2.2 The State shall, therefore, endeavor to ensure that mothers shall not be obliged by economic necessity to engage in labor to the neglect of their duties in the home. Article 41.3.1 The State pledges itself to guard with special care the institution of Marriage, on which the Family is founded, and to protect it against attack. Article 41.3.2 A Court designated by law may grant a dissolution of marriage where, but only where, it is satisfied that - (i) at the date of the institution of the proceedings, the spouses have lived apart from one another for a period of, or periods amounting to, at least four years during the previous five years, (ii) there is no reasonable prospect of a reconciliation between the spouses, (iii) such provision as the Court considers proper having regard to the circumstances exists or will be made for the spouses, any children of either or both of them and any other person prescribed by law, and (iv) any further conditions prescribed by law are complied with.Article 41.3.3 No person whose marriage has been dissolved under the civil law of any other State but is a subsisting valid marriage under the law for the time being in force within the jurisdiction of the Government and Parliament established by this Constitution shall be capable of contracting a valid marriage within that jurisdiction during the lifetime of the other party to the marriage so dissolved. Article 41.3.4 4 Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex. Article 42A..1 The state recognises and affirms the natural and imprescriptible rights of all children and shall, as far as practicable, by its laws protect and vindicate those rights. Article 42A..1 In exceptional cases, where the parents, regardless of their marital status, fail in their duty towards their chidren to such extent that the safety or welfare of any of their children is likely to be prejudicially affected, the state as guardian of the common good shall, by proportionate means as provided by law, endeavour to supply the place of the parents, but always with due regard for the natural and imprescriptible rights of the child. Article 42A.2 Provision shall be made by law for the adoption of any child where the parents have failed for such a period of time as may be prescribed by law in their duty towards the child and where the best interests of the child so require. Article 42A.3 Provision shall be made by law for the voluntary placement for adoption and the adoption of any child. Article 42.A.4.1 Provision shall be made by law that in the resolution of all proceedings –i brought by the state, as guardian of the common good, for the purpose of preventing the safety and welfare of any child from being prejudically affected, or ii concerning the adoption, guardianship or custody of, or access to, any child, the best interests of the child shall be the paramount consideration. Article 42.A.4.2 Provision shall be made by law for securing, as far as practicable, that in all proceedings referred to in subsection 1° of this section in respect of any child who is capable of forming his or her own views, the views of the child shall be ascertained and given due weight having regard to the age and maturity of the child.

  • Magyarország Alaptörvénye

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    Magyarország Alaptörvénye
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    Hungary

    L) cikk (Alapvetés) (1) Magyarország védi a házasság intézményét mint férfi és nő között, önkéntes elhatározás alapján létrejött életközösséget, valamint a családot mint a nemzet fennmaradásának alapját. (2) Magyarország támogatja a gyermekvállalást. (3) A családok védelmét sarkalatos törvény szabályozza. VI. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG) (1) Mindenkinek joga van ahhoz, hogy magán- és családi életét, otthonát, kapcsolattartását és jó hírnevét tiszteletben tartsák. [...] XVI. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG) (1) Minden gyermeknek joga van a megfelelő testi, szellemi és erkölcsi fejlődéséhez szükséges védelemhez és gondoskodáshoz. (2) A szülőknek joguk van megválasztani a gyermekűknek adandó nevelést. (3) A szülők kötelesek kiskorú gyermekükről gondoskodni. E kötelezettség magában foglalja gyermekük taníttatását. (4) A nagykorú gyermekek kötelesek rászoruló szüleikről gondoskodni

  • The Fundamental Law of Hungary

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    The Fundamental Law of Hungary
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    Hungary

    Article L (Foundation) (1) Hungary shall protect the institution of marriage as the union of a man and a woman established by voluntary decision, and the family as the basis of the survival of the nation. Family ties shall be based on marriage or the relationship between parents and children. (2) Hungary shall support the commitment to have children. (3) The protection of families shall be regulated by a cardinal Act. Article VI (Freedom and Responsibility) (1) Everyone shall have the right to have his or her private and family life, home, communications and good reputation respected. (...) Article XVI (Freedom and Responsibility) (1) Every child shall have the right to the potection and care necessary for his or her proper physical, mental and moral development. (2) Parents shall have the right to choose the upbringing to be given to their children. (3) Parents shall be obliged to take care of their minor children. This obligation shall include the provision of schooling for their children. (4) Adult children shall be obliged to take care of their parents if they are in need.

  • Constitution of the Hellenic Republic

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    Constitution of the Hellenic Republic
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    Greece

    Article 9 (1) 1. Every person’s home is a sanctuary. The private and family life of the individual is inviolable. No home search shall be made, except when and as specified by law and alwaysin the presence of representatives of the judicial power. (2). Violators of the preceding provision shall be punished for violating the home’s asylum and for abuse of power, and shall be liable for full damages to the sufferer, as specified by law.

  • Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας

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    Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας
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    Greece

    Άρθρο 9 (1). H κατoικία τoυ καθενός είναι άσυλo. H ιδιωτική και oικoγενειακή ζωή τoυ ατόμoυ είναι απαραβίαστη. Kαμία έρευνα δεν γίνεται σε κατoικία, παρά μόνo όταν και όπως oρίζει o νόμoς και πάντoτε με την παρoυσία εκπρoσώπων της δικαστικής εξoυσίας. (2). Oι παραβάτες της πρoηγoύμενης διάταξης τιμωρoύνται για παραβίαση τoυ oικιακoύ ασύλoυ και για κατάχρηση εξoυσίας και υπoχρεoύνται σε πλήρη απoζημίωση τoυ παθόντoς, όπως νόμoς oρίζει.

  • Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany

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    Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany
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    Germany

    Article 6 (1) Marriage and the family shall enjoy the special protection of the state. (2) The care and upbringing of children is the natural right of parents and a duty primarily incumbent upon them. The state shall watch over them in the performance of this duty. (3) Children may be separated from their families against the will of their parents or guardians only pursuant to a law, and only if the parents or guardians fail in their duties or the children are otherwise in danger of serious neglect. (4) Every mother shall be entitled to the protection and care of the community. (5) Children born outside of marriage shall be provided by legislation with the same opportunities for physical and mental development and for their position in society as are enjoyed by those born within marriage. Article 10 (1) The privacy of correspondence, posts and telecommunications shall be inviolable. (2) Restrictions may be ordered only pursuant to a law. If the restriction serves to protect the free democratic basic order or the existence or security of the Federation or of a Land, the law may provide that the person affected shall not be informed of the restriction and that recourse to the courts shall be replaced by a review of the case by agencies and auxiliary agencies appointed by the legislature. Article 13 (1) The home is inviolable. (2) Searches may be authorised only by a judge or, when time is of the essence, by other authorities designated by the laws, and may be carried out only in the manner therein prescribed. (3) If particular facts justify the suspicion that any person has committed an especially serious crime specifically defined by a law, technical means of acoustical surveillance of any home in which the suspect is supposedly staying may be employed pursuant to judicial order for the purpose of prosecuting the offence, provided that alternative methods of investigating the matter would be disproportionately difficult or unproductive. The authorisation shall be for a limited time. The order shall be issued by a panel composed of three judges. When time is of the essence, it may also be issued by a single judge. (4) To avert acute dangers to public safety, especially dangers to life or to the public, technical means of surveillance of the home may be employed only pursuant to judicial order. When time is of the essence, such measures may also be ordered by other authorities designated by a law; a judicial decision shall subsequently be obtained without delay. (5) If technical means are contemplated solely for the protection of persons officially deployed in a home, the measure may be ordered by an authority designated by a law. The information thereby obtained may be otherwise used only for purposes of criminal prosecution or to avert danger and only if the legality of the measure has been previously determined by a judge; when time is of the essence, a judicial decision shall subsequently be obtained without delay. (6) The Federal Government shall report to the Bundestag annually as to the employment of technical means pursuant to paragraph (3) and, within the jurisdiction of the Federation, pursuant to paragraph (4) and, insofar as judicial approval is required, pursuant to paragraph (5) of this Article. A panel elected by the Bundestag shall exercise parliamentary oversight on the basis of this report. A comparable parliamentary oversight shall be afforded by the Länder. (7) Interferences and restrictions shall otherwise only be permissible to avert a danger to the public or to the life of an individual, or, pursuant to a law, to confront an acute danger to public safety and order, in particular to relieve a housing shortage, to combat the danger of an epidemic, or to protect young persons at risk.

  • Grundgesetz für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland

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    Grundgesetz für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland
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    Germany

    Artikel 6 (1) Ehe und Familie stehen unter dem besonderen Schutze der staatlichen Ordnung. (2) Pflege und Erziehung der Kinder sind das natürliche Recht der Eltern und die zuvörderst ihnen obliegende Pflicht. Über ihre Betätigung wacht die staatliche Gemeinschaft. (3) Gegen den Willen der Erziehungsberechtigten dürfen Kinder nur auf Grund eines Gesetzes von der Familie getrennt werden, wenn die Erziehungsberechtigten versagen oder wenn die Kinder aus anderen Gründen zu verwahrlosen drohen. (4) Jede Mutter hat Anspruch auf den Schutz und die Fürsorge der Gemeinschaft. (5) Den unehelichen Kindern sind durch die Gesetzgebung die gleichen Bedingungen für ihre leibliche und seelische Entwicklung und ihre Stellung in der Gesellschaft zu schaffen wie den ehelichen Kindern. Artikel 10 (1) Das Briefgeheimnis sowie das Post- und Fernmeldegeheimnis sind unverletzlich. (2) Beschränkungen dürfen nur auf Grund eines Gesetzes angeordnet werden. Dient die Beschränkung dem Schutze der freiheitlichen demokratischen Grundordnung oder des Bestandes oder der Sicherung des Bundes oder eines Landes, so kann das Gesetz bestimmen, daß sie dem Betroffenen nicht mitgeteilt wird und daß an die Stelle des Rechtsweges die Nachprüfung durch von der Volksvertretung bestellte Organe und Hilfsorgane tritt. Artikel 13 (1) Die Wohnung ist unverletzlich. (2) Durchsuchungen dürfen nur durch den Richter, bei Gefahr im Verzuge auch durch die in den Gesetzen vorgesehenen anderen Organe angeordnet und nur in der dort vorgeschriebenen Form durchgeführt werden. (3) Begründen bestimmte Tatsachen den Verdacht, daß jemand eine durch Gesetz einzeln bestimmte besonders schwere Straftat begangen hat, so dürfen zur Verfolgung der Tat auf Grund richterlicher Anordnung technische Mittel zur akustischen Überwachung von Wohnungen, in denen der Beschuldigte sich vermutlich aufhält, eingesetzt werden, wenn die Erforschung des Sachverhalts auf andere Weise unverhältnismäßig erschwert oder aussichtslos wäre. Die Maßnahme ist zu befristen. Die Anordnung erfolgt durch einen mit drei Richtern besetzten Spruchkörper. Bei Gefahr im Verzuge kann sie auch durch einen einzelnen Richter getroffen werden. (4) Zur Abwehr dringender Gefahren für die öffentliche Sicherheit, insbesondere einer gemeinen Gefahr oder einer Lebensgefahr, dürfen technische Mittel zur Überwachung von Wohnungen nur auf Grund richterlicher Anordnung eingesetzt werden. Bei Gefahr im Verzuge kann die Maßnahme auch durch eine andere gesetzlich bestimmte Stelle angeordnet werden; eine richterliche Entscheidung ist unverzüglich nachzuholen. (5) Sind technische Mittel ausschließlich zum Schutze der bei einem Einsatz in Wohnungen tätigen Personen vorgesehen, kann die Maßnahme durch eine gesetzlich bestimmte Stelle angeordnet werden. Eine anderweitige Verwertung der hierbei erlangten Erkenntnisse ist nur zum Zwecke der Strafverfolgung oder der Gefahrenabwehr und nur zulässig, wenn zuvor die Rechtmäßigkeit der Maßnahme richterlich festgestellt ist; bei Gefahr im Verzuge ist die richterliche Entscheidung unverzüglich nachzuholen. (6) Die Bundesregierung unterrichtet den Bundestag jährlich über den nach Absatz 3 sowie über den im Zuständigkeitsbereich des Bundes nach Absatz 4 und, soweit richterlich überprüfungsbedürftig, nach Absatz 5 erfolgten Einsatz technischer Mittel. Ein vom Bundestag gewähltes Gremium übt auf der Grundlage dieses Berichts die parlamentarische Kontrolle aus. Die Länder gewährleisten eine gleichwertige parlamentarische Kontrolle. (7) Eingriffe und Beschränkungen dürfen im übrigen nur zur Abwehr einer gemeinen Gefahr oder einer Lebensgefahr für einzelne Personen, auf Grund eines Gesetzes auch zur Verhütung dringender Gefahren für die öffentliche Sicherheit und Ordnung, insbesondere zur Behebung der Raumnot, zur Bekämpfung von Seuchengefahr oder zum Schutze gefährdeter Jugendlicher vorgenommen werden.

  • Civil Code

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    Civil Code
    Country:
    France

    Article 9Everyone has the right to respect for his private life. Without prejudice to compensation for injury suffered, the court may prescribe any measures, such as sequestration, seizure and others, appropriate to prevent or put an end to an invasion of personal privacy; in case of emergency those measures may be provided for by interim order.

  • Code civil

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    Code civil
    Country:
    France

    Article 9Chacun a droit au respect de sa vie privée. Les juges peuvent, sans préjudice de la réparation du dommage subi, prescrire toutes mesures, telles que séquestre, saisie et autres, propres à empêcher ou faire cesser une atteinte à l'intimité de la vie privée : ces mesures peuvent, s'il y a urgence, être ordonnées en référé.

  • Suomen perustuslaki

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    Suomen perustuslaki
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    Finland

    10 § Yksityiselämän suoja Jokaisen yksityiselämä, kunnia ja kotirauha on turvattu. Henkilötietojen suojasta säädetään tarkemmin lailla. Kirjeen, puhelun ja muun luottamuksellisen viestin salaisuus on loukkaamaton. Lailla voidaan säätää perusoikeuksien turvaamiseksi tai rikosten selvittämiseksi välttämättömistä kotirauhan piiriin ulottuvista toimenpiteistä. Lailla voidaan säätää lisäksi välttämättömistä rajoituksista viestin salaisuuteen yksilön tai yhteiskunnan turvallisuutta taikka kotirauhaa vaarantavien rikosten tutkinnassa, oikeudenkäynnissä ja turvallisuustarkastuksessa sekä vapaudenmenetyksen aikana.

  • Constitution of Finland

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    Constitution of Finland
    Country:
    Finland

    Section 10 Right to privacy Everyone's private life, honour and the sanctity of the home are guaranteed. More detailed provisions on the protection of personal data are laid down by an Act. The secrecy of correspondence, telephony and other confidential communications is inviolable. Measures encroaching on the sanctity of the home, and which are necessary for the purpose of guaranteeing basic rights and liberties or for the investigation of crime, may be laid down by an Act. In addition, provisions concerning limitations of the secrecy of communications which are necessary in the investigation of crimes that jeopardise the security of the individual or society or the sanctity of the home, at trials and security checks, as well as during the deprivation of liberty may be laid down by an Act.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Estonia

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    Constitution of the Republic of Estonia
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    Estonia

    Article 26. Everyone is entitled to inviolability of his or her private and family life. Government agencies, local authorities, and their officials may not interfere with any person’s private or family life, except in the cases and pursuant to a procedure provided by law to protect public health, public morality, public order or the rights and freedoms of others, to prevent a criminal offence, or to apprehend the offender. Article 27. The family, which is fundamental to the preservation and growth of the nation and which constitutes the foundation of society, enjoys the protection of the government. Spouses have equal rights. Parents have the right and the duty to raise their children and to provide for them. The protection of parents and children is provided by law. The family is required to provide for its members who are in need. Article 33. The home is inviolable. No one’s dwelling or other premises lawfully occupied by him or her, or his or her workplace may be forcibly entered or searched, except in the cases and pursuant to a procedure provided by law to protect public order, public health or the rights and freedoms of others, to prevent a criminal offence, to apprehend the offender, or to ascertain the truth in a criminal case. Article 43. Everyone has the right to confidentiality of messages sent or received by him or her by post, telegraph, telephone or other commonly used means. Derogations from this right may be made in the cases and pursuant to a procedure provided by law if they are authorised by a court and if they are necessary to prevent a criminal offence, or to ascertain the truth in a criminal case.

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