The rights given to you state that you have the right to communicate in confidence with people and that you decide who they are. At the same time, you have the right to not be subjected to arbitrary interference. These statements together provide an important implication: you have the right to be informed about non-arbitrary interference with your privacy. Otherwise, you will not be able to select with whom you communicate, or not be able to communicate in confidence. If somebody interferes with your privacy, for instance, by collecting and processing your personal information, that party is obliged to inform you about it, so that you can take the corresponding steps to protect your rights.