Since invasion of privacy is considered an offence under the law, in what situations can I expect privacy?
Your expectation of privacy can extend to situations in your private space. If a man intrudes into your private space, then you can file a complaint as this is a crime under the law. Some of these situations are:
- When you have created a private space reasonably (such as, by locking a room).
- When you are in a situation or a place where you can reasonably expect that no one else is present or you have allowed someone else you trust to also share your private space.
- Any acts which you would consider are private in nature. For example, while you are sleeping in your own room or while you are changing your clothes in your room.
- Where you are doing any sexual activities you may be doing by yourself or with a person.
- Situations where your private parts are exposed. For example, a man is looking at you while you were taking a bath or using the toilet.
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