You can request non-disclosure regarding businesses and marketing by logging on to borger.dk. Notice that the page is in Danish and you log on with NemID by pressing "Videre". A new Window opens, and you can change the language to English or German.
- The non-disclosure is valid for 100 years.
- The non-disclosure is valid until the date of expiry, even if you change your address.
- Your address will always be available to public authorities.
- In certain cases, your address may be disclosed to other private individuals able to document an overdue claim against you, for example such as an invoice.
- The non-disclosure only covers disclosure of information from the CPR register.
Special information regarding direct mail
Charity organisations and opinion and market research companies may still call you, even if you have requested non-disclosure of your name and address.
Advertising materials and flyers, which do not carry an address, are not covered by this scheme. To avoid receiving this type of mail, sign up for 'reklamer nej tak' ('no advertising materials and flyers, please') with Post Danmark.
Discontinuation of non-disclosure
You can discontinue the non-disclosure using the online self-service solution above. You can also write to Folkeregisteret (the Public Registration Office) or visit Borgerservice (Citizen Service Centre). Borgerservice KVIK (Citizen Service Quick) cannot help you though.
If you show up in person, remember to bring valid picture ID, such as your passport or driving licence.
Please contact Borgerservice for more information. You can see where the you find Borgerservice at the City of Copenhagens webpage. The page is in Danish but at the bottom you'll find a map.