Privacy rights in Denmark

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Privacy rights in Denmark are guaranteed by the constitution from 1953.

Right to Privacy in Denmark

72. The dwelling shall be inviolable. House searching, seizure, and examination of letters and other papers as well as any breach of the secrecy to be observed in postal, telegraph, and telephone matters shall take place only under a judicial order unless particular exception is warranted by Statute.