Derechos Implícitos y su desarrollo en la Jurisprudencia Constitucional Chilena

Implicit rights and their development in Chilean constitutional jurisprudence

This paper analyzes the development of the so-called “implicit rights” in Chilean constitutional law. Such rights, which lake expressed recognition in the Fundamental Charter, have been developed by constitutional jurisprudence on positive rights. Examples of implicit rights are the right to personal identity, the right to one’s own image, the right to be forgotten, and the right to receive information