Article 199 of the Penal Code

  Penal Code

1. Anyone who reveals other people's secrets, of which they have knowledge due to their job or their employment relationships, will be punished with a prison sentence of one to three years and a fine of six to twelve months.

2. The professional who, in breach of his obligation of secrecy or confidentiality, divulges the secrets of another person, will be punished with a prison sentence of one to four years, a fine of twelve to twenty-four months and special disqualification from said profession for a period of time. from two to six years.

art 199 cp

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Article 199 refers to the person who commits the crime of revealing secrets when they are known due to the profession or labor relations or when it is a professional.

Article 199 of the Penal Code It is part of the title dedicated to crimes against privacy, the right to one's own image and the inviolability of the home: