Is showing concern in social life, infringement of individual privacy?Individuals have a right to privacy. After becoming adults, they make decisions about their life. But, practically, relatives, neighbors, and other people in the social circle always ask questions about girlfriends, boyfriends, jobs, salary, marriage, kids, etc. People say that they ask such questions as they are their well-wishers and are always concerned about them.
We can understand parents' concern in such matters, but what about distant aunts and cousins? Why do they tend to dig so deep into others' issues?
In developed countries, individual privacy is much valued. But, in our Indian society, it is accepted as showing concern for the family members and others.
Is showing concern in social life infringement of individual privacy?