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:: Volume 3, Issue 9 (Spring 2021) ::
Child Rights 2021, 3(9): 75-91 Back to browse issues page
Reviewing the Children's Privacy in the Family Considering Conditions of the Corona Pandemic
Zeinab Meisami
Department of Family Law, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran.
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Background and Aim: Privacy is considered one of the most important dimensions related to children's rights, especially during the pandemic and quarantine, it is necessary to pay more attention to respecting it in the family environment. This research was done with the aim of explaining the concept, examples and issues of child privacy in the family with emphasis on pandemic conditions.
Method: The present research was done with descriptive-analytical method using library resources.
Results: The Covid Pandemic highlights the need for new ways of thinking about data protection. This is especially true of child-related health research. Responsible use of children's information plays a key role in promoting children's health and guaranteeing their right to health and privacy. With the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus worldwide, governments have put protocols, such as quarantine, in place to reduce the prevalence of the virus. With children quarantined at home and social activities shut down, the home is no longer the only place to relax and socialize with family. With the limitation of children's daily activities to the home environment, the issue of respecting the child's privacy is becoming more and more important in various aspects.
Conclusion: For many children, school, extracurricular classes, socializing with peers, fun, etc. are summarized at home. Concentrating children's activities at home does not mean that all aspects of a child's life are observable for parents; rather, it should be noted that the child still has privacy and all his/her rights in private solitude, physical privacy, information privacy, communication privacy and personal privacy are still protected.

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Meisami Z. Reviewing the Children's Privacy in the Family Considering Conditions of the Corona Pandemic. Child Rights Journal. 2021; 3(9): 75-91.
Keywords: Privacy, Covid-19, Quarantine, Protection of information
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2021/04/12 | Accepted: 2021/06/2
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