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22/03/2013

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For interest, I think the Article 8 rights (respect for private life, family, home and correspondence) can be traced back to Entick v Carrington (1765) where Lord Camden as Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas stated:

"no power can lawfully break into a man's house [respect for home?] and study to search for evidence against him; this would be worse than the Spanish Inquisition; for ransacking a man's secret drawers and boxes to come at evidence against him, is like racking his body to come at his secret thoughts. [respect for private life?] The warrant is to seize all the plaintiff's books and papers without exception, and carry them before Lord Halifax; what? Has a Secretary of State a right to see all a man's private letters of correspondence, family concerns, trade and business?" [right to family life and respect for privacy of correspondence?].

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