THE BALANCE BETWEEN THE FREEDOM OF MEDIA AND THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2020, Volume 9, Issue issue 33 part 2, Pages 259-288
AbstractIn general, the freedom of expression has been advocated by international and internal charters, but before that it has passed through various stages of time with great developments from the stage of restriction and the suppression of mouths until the freedom of expression of opinion in general and media in particular in various forms to an effective monitoring tool that monitors the work of the authorities in the state and represents the public opinion in society.Since the private life of every human being on the other is a right guaranteed by constitutions and domestic and international legislation, and the violation of them is an infringement of one of human rights, which called for the intervention of the laws, human and divine.In this sense, the practice of journalism or media work in general should be regulated by a legal framework, as all occupations regulated by laws to achieve the purpose they seek to achieve professionally. On the other hand, the media must make no harm to the others, which means the creation of a balance between professional media work and the rights of others that may be compromised in the practice of media work.
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