Samuel Warren and Louis Brandeis in 1890 viewed the right to privacy
The Right To Privacy was an essay written by both of those men in 1890. It was the first article to advocate for a right to privacy in the US. Before that, the right to privacy wasn’t really considered a human right, but after the article people saw the right to privacy as implicit in the Constitution. Warren and Brandeis saw social privacy as “the right to be left alone” in one’s personal life.