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n. ~ 1. The quality or state of being free from public scrutiny. - 2. The quality or state of having one's personal information or activities protected from unauthorized use by another.

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Under tort law, invasion of privacy includes theft of one's identity, intentionally disturbing one's solitude, disclosing nonpublic information about another, and placing another in a false public light. In some states, publicity rights are covered under privacy laws.

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