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4 Ways Somebody Can Be Guilty of Invasion of Privacy

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In addition to the four common law invasions of privacy mentioned above, a person can commit a statutory invasion of privacy. That is, a person can violate a privacy law that appears in federal or state statutes. For example, if a hospital discloses a patient's medical information without the patient's permission, they will violate HIPAA, a federal privacy law governing health records.

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