Privacy is a human right, but where does this come from?

Privacy is a human right, but where does this come from?

Privacy is a human right as defined by the European Commission of Human Rights Declaration (ECHR) of 1948. 
This is a satirical take on the classic Monty Python sketch, and there is no better or fun way to explain the importance of ECHR!


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