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Constitutional Protections of Privacy

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I need help answering the below questions concerning privacy protections of employees.

What are some of the constitutional protections of privacy?

What privacy rights are afforded to public and private sector employees?

How might privacy rights be waived?

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What are some of the constitutional protections of privacy?
What privacy rights are afforded to public and private sector employees? How might privacy rights be waived?

There are several constitutional rights to privacy. The privacy of person and possession against unreasonable searches is protected by the 4th Amendment, the 5th Amendment of the Constitution protects against self-incrimination. Further, the 1st Amendment of the constitution protects against the right of belief (see: Cruzan v. Missouri Dep't. of Health (1990)) and the 3rd Amendment protects the privacy of home. The ninth Amendment reassures that the rights contained in ...

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