invasion of privacy

noun
an encroachment upon the right to be let alone or to be free from publicity.

Origin:
1885–90

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Example sentences
There are many other forms of invasion of privacy, such as blackmail and the
  improper use of your personal data.
Rather, they consider it an egregious invasion of privacy.
Body scanners are an invasion of privacy and they don't strengthen security one
  bit.
It's sure to raise the ire of some fans who consider it an invasion of privacy.
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