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Privilege may refer to:
- Privilege (legal ethics), a permission granted by law or other rules.
- Privilege (evidence), rules excluding certain confidential communication from being admissible as evidence in court
- Executive privilege, the claim by the President of the United States and other executives to immunity from legal process
- Privilege (social inequality), a term in sociology describing any special status granted to one group and usually portrayed as default
- Privilege (canon law)
- Privilege (Ivor Cutler album)
- Privilege (Television Personalities album)
- Privilege (film), a 1967 film directed by Peter Watkins
- "Privilege (Set Me Free)", a 1978 song covered by the Patti Smith Group that is featured in the above film
- "Privilege" (short story), a short story by Frederick Forsyth
- Privilege (computing), the level of access granted in computer security
- Privilege (insurance company), a division of the Royal Bank of Scotland
- Privilege (frequent flyer program), a frequent flyer program of Aserca Airlines
- "Privilege" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), an episode of the TV series Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- Privilege Creek, a river in Texas
- Privilege Ibiza, a nightclub in Ibiza
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