Five things to know about Sweden’s new digital surveillance law
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Five things to know about Sweden’s new digital surveillance law

On April 1st, a new law comes into force giving Swedish police extra powers to access the devices and encrypted messages of people suspected of serious crimes. Here are five things to know about the law and what it means for Sweden.

Telenor erroneously collects personal data of more than 100,000 people in Sweden

Telenor erroneously collects personal data of more than 100,000 people in Sweden

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‘Gadget-happy Swedes risk patient privacy’

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Massive data breach a ‘national security risk’

Swedish school told to halt Google cloud service

Swedish school told to halt Google cloud service

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Government proposes internet access to patient files

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Agency to examine debt among Swedish children

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Sweden condemns surveillance in schools

Sweden condemns surveillance in schools

Sweden green lights ‘fingerprint time clocks’

Sweden green lights ‘fingerprint time clocks’

Doc on trial for reading private patient data

Doc on trial for reading private patient data

Nordea tracked clients in secret ‘black book’

Nordea tracked clients in secret ‘black book’

‘The future of freedom on the internet is at stake’

‘The future of freedom on the internet is at stake’

Sweden ‘must raise its net freedom profile’

Sweden ‘must raise its net freedom profile’

Swedes use most mobile data in the Nordics

Swedes use most mobile data in the Nordics

Telia leaks customers’ private phone logs

Telia leaks customers’ private phone logs