Monday, may 25, Denmark reduced its border controls with other Scandinavian countries and Germany. The authorities, in particular, have allowed couples who are separated due to a pandemic, to meet again, if they can prove the existence of relations, reports Reuters.
Danish police said that a pair will have to show the total text messages, personal photos or personal information about your partner to prove that they are in a relationship more than six months.
Such decision in the country criticized, noting that it is a violation of rights to privacy.
“I’ve never heard of a country where entry is required to show private correspondence or photos from the partner. We finally let lovers to visit each other, but did not protect the right to privacy”, – said the Danish politician Christian Hegaard on Twitter.
Jeg har aldrig hørt om et land, how kræver fremvisning af indrejse intime SMS’er fra kæresten eller fotos. Vi har (endelig) tilladt kærester at besøge hinanden, men ikke retten til privatliv afskaffet. Hvad med tro – og i stedet loveerklæringer? https://t.co/3owd7FYKSD #dkpol
— Kristian Hegaard (@KHegaard) May 25, 2020