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the word "privacy" is not actually mentioned in the Constitution

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How many times is the word privacy mentioned in the constitution including articles and amendments?

the word "privacy" is not actually mentioned in the Constitution


All the rights of Americans are listed in the constitution?

No, the Constitution says that it does not limit the rights of Americans, and any rights they have had remain with them. This is (for example) the source of the right to privacy, which is never specifically mentioned in the Constitution or Amendments. The ninth and tenth Amendments ensure that the people retain all of their rights.


Is there is a specific guarantee of a right to privacy in the US Constitution?

There is no amendment that guarantees the Right to Privacy. But, the amendments that are referenced when arguing the Right to Privacy are the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 9th and 14th. So, the final answer is 'NO, there is not.'


How does a right to privacy differ from our other constitutionally protected rights?

The "Right to Privacy" is an implied right, not one that is explicitly stated in the Constitution and its amendments (like the Right to Free Speech is in Amendment I).


What are 5 specific guarantees in your US constituton that are also in the Universal Declaration of Human rights?

The Right to protest, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion are part of the First amendment to the Constitution. The right to privacy is part of the fourth and fifth amendments to the constitution. The racial, sexual, and opportunial equalities are technically granted in the Constitution, however many people believe otherwise, which is why we have further amendments addressing such issues.

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How many times is the word privacy mentioned in the Constitution the articles and amendments?

the word "privacy" is not actually mentioned in the Constitution


How many times is the word privacy mentioned in the constitution including articles and amendments?

the word "privacy" is not actually mentioned in the Constitution


How many times is the word privacy mentioned in the articles and amendments?

It isn't mentioned at all, not once.


All the rights of Americans are listed in the constitution?

No, the Constitution says that it does not limit the rights of Americans, and any rights they have had remain with them. This is (for example) the source of the right to privacy, which is never specifically mentioned in the Constitution or Amendments. The ninth and tenth Amendments ensure that the people retain all of their rights.


How many times is the word privacy used in the Constitution?

The word privacy does not appear at all in the American Constitution, whether in its original form, or including all of the amendments. The word pries it appears twice in the Bill of Rights, which are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution.


How many times is the word privacy mentioned in the US Constitution?

none! crazy right! its never mentioned!


Is there is a specific guarantee of a right to privacy in the US Constitution?

There is no amendment that guarantees the Right to Privacy. But, the amendments that are referenced when arguing the Right to Privacy are the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 9th and 14th. So, the final answer is 'NO, there is not.'


How does a right to privacy differ from our other constitutionally protected rights?

The "Right to Privacy" is an implied right, not one that is explicitly stated in the Constitution and its amendments (like the Right to Free Speech is in Amendment I).


Where does it say you have a right to privacy?

The US Constitution doesn't explicitly mention the right to privacy, but it is implied by the language of the First, Third, Fourth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments. For a more in-depth discussion of the right to privacy, see Related Questions, below.


How many times is the word privacy mentioned in constitution?

It doesn't mention that exact word at all but does say private once.


Is the word privacy used in the first ten amendments?

No. This is false.


What is the zones of privacy of the 9th amendment?

There are no "zone of privacy" in the 9th amendment. The issues concerning privacy rights are covered in 4, 5, and 14 amendments.

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