INTRUSION

intrusion, n.

1. A person’s entering without permission. See TRESPASS. [Cases: Trespass 12. C.J.S. Trespass § 13.]

2. In an action for invasion of privacy, a highly offensive invasion of another person’s seclusion or private life. [Cases: Torts 8.5(4). C.J.S. Right of Privacy and Publicity §§ 7, 9–10, 17–19, 24–25, 34.] — intrude, vb. — intrusive, adj.