Right To Privacy Quotes by Tim Cook, William Redington Hewlett, Geoffrey Fisher, Terry Gross, Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Elizabeth Warren and many others.
Right to privacy is really important. You pull that brick out and another and pretty soon the house falls.
There is a time and a place for creativity.
There is a sacred realm of privacy for every man and woman where he makes his choices and decisions-a realm of his own essential rights and liberties into which the law, generally speaking, must not intrude.
I respect someone’s right to privacy and I want them to know it.
We must restrict the anonymity behind which people hide to commit crimes. As citizens, we have a right to privacy. We have no such right to anonymity.
Congress must go further to protect the right to privacy, to end the NSA’s dragnet surveillance of ordinary Americans, to make the intelligence community more transparent and accountable.
Look, I might have lived in England for the last several years but I’m still an American citizen and I have not given up my right to privacy.
The question of the right to privacy must be one of the defining issues of our time.
I think that [there is] this fundamental right to privacy and the philosophy that government shouldn’t be intrusive.
There’s a time and a place for getting a smart mouth.
I feel like everyone has the right to privacy, even if you’re the most famous person in the world.
The right to privacy… is broad enough to encompass a woman’s decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy.
The emphasis must be not on the right to abortion but on the right to privacy and reproductive control.
At least in Europe, we consider the right to privacy a fundamental right and it is a very serious matter.
I think individuals have a right to privacy, but that ought to include the right to prevent private institutions from monitoring what you do and building up a personal profile for you so that they can direct you in particular ways by their effective control over the internet, and that doesn’t happen of course.
I’d like to do a song that I wrote today about our government’s increasing infringement on our right to privacy, but the lyrics mysteriously disappeared from my guitar case.
I will no longer allow my obligation as a veteran to remember those who died in the great wars to be co-opted by current or former politicians to justify our folly in Iraq, our morally dubious war on terror and our elimination of one’s right to privacy.