- Constitution of Germany

Article 10 (Privacy of correspondence, posts and telecommunications)

(1) The privacy of correspondence, posts and telecommuni­cations shall be inviolable.

(2) Restrictions may be ordered only pursuant to a law. If the restriction serves to protect the free democratic basic order or the existence or security of the Federation or of a Land, the law may provide that the person affected shall not be informed of the restriction and that recourse to the courts shall be replaced by a review of the case by agencies and auxiliary agencies appointed by the legislature.

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