The Criminal Code highlights various criminal activities in relation to the privacy rights of an individual. In certain cases, offenders commit crimes by capturing and distribution of a personal image without consent.
Similarly, these crimes vary in severity. It depends on the offender, the victim, the nature of the content, and whether it is generating profit.
The Constitutional Tribunal uses three different elements to determine whether a crime against privacy has occurred. These are the reliability of the information (in case it is false, in some circumstances, it is a crime against honor,) the public relevance of the individual, and the level of public interest surrounding the distributed content.
There are many details to consider to know if a crime against privacy rights has occurred. Therefore, it is important to be advised by Criminal Lawyers with ample knowledge of this type of crime.
Within our team, we have criminal lawyers who can help you to find the best outcome for your case. If you are the victim of a crime against privacy rights, do not hesitate to get in contact with us. You can either use the contact form, by telephoning +34935143997 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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