What I mean is the flip side to 'privacy'. If having your own personal information protected from strangers' eyes is 'privacy', then being protected from unwanted exposure to strangers' secrets, intimate details, nude pics, etc., is...?
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I don't think there is a word that exactly means what you are looking for. However, I will offer shielded, in the "exposed to (danger)" sense of the first verb tense definition given in the link.
Where privacy is a system for preventing things from getting out, a shield is a device that prevents things (normally weapons) from getting in. So it works, if perhaps more metaphorically than literally.