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All people have an inalienable right to privacy, although there are situations in which the individual's right to privacy is limited by certain conditions. Cases specify that 1) a defendant in §1983 civil rights action cannot rely on privacy right to withhold medical records from treating physician contained in worker's compensation file; 2) crime victim's privacy to medical records must be balanced against defendant's Sixth Amendment right to cross-examination;3) health plan's disclosure to attorneys of medical information of patients contemplating or making medical malpractice claims did not violate right to privacy; 4) sperm donor non-identifying medical information can be released to sperm purchaser (parents, child); 5) intercollegiate drug testing monitoring by urine tests OK because student's privacy interests reduced by voluntary participation in sport.)

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