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Published on Jun 19, 2012
In 1999, a court order prohibited the airing of a controversial documentary exposing critical flaws in the application and procedure of justice in Denmark. This was done on the grounds that one of the girls in the documentary was visible in the recordings allegedly compromising her privacy. The girl in the documentary however, was blurred out, her voice made unrecognizable and every form of personal data was removed. Still the court persisted in their prohibiting this documentary from being shown.The court, with this judgment, disregarded years of guidelines, related to privacy and the free press.
The forbidden documentary "Goodbye Daddy" had utilized a hidden camera, and showed how these applications and procedures in conjunction with false accusations of incest and other forms of abuse, are often used as weaponry during disputes over visitation and custody rights.