Swedes have a reputation for being private people: newcomers are often warned to make generous allowances for personal space, and the rules around installing CCTV are much tougher, for example. It might seem paradoxical then that many details you might consider to be deeply personal, from age to salary to your home address, are easily available to anyone who goes through the right process.
Published: 7 February 2018 06:59 CET
Information considered deeply personal in other countries is just a call or a click away in Sweden. Photo: DGLImages/Depositphotos
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