According to criminal law, a journalist has no right to enter a privately owned building without proper permission. No one is entitled to obtain, use or distribute personal life-related details, personal data, or confidential information.
Disclosing private correspondence or phone conversations is also punishable by law. The court is to define to what extent the personal life-related information might be of significant public interest and whether the distribution of this information can be considered a crime.
In the freedom of media, the activities of journalists are not limited. Illegal interference into the professional work of a journalist, forcing to distribute or reserve a piece of information, is punished with deprivation of freedom for up to two years.
The issues which affect society, likely to have a massive public impact, or attract any attention, might be of the public interest.