Statewatch article: RefNo# 36608
Sweden: Yet more surveillance or real evidence-based decision-making?
Statewatch News Online, June 2016
"In Sweden the government is rapidly advancing an agenda for more online surveillance. Two public investigations have been launched to look into new rules for search warrants and the introduction of new secret means of surveillance, namely remote equipment and software interference.

Both the search warrant investigation and the the use of “trojans” for investigation have big implications for Swedish individuals. Regardless of whether law enforcement tampers with an electronic system over a network, or while they are in its physical proximity, the end result is that law enforcement gets an operational incentive to be less diligent about fixing security issues that can cause big problems for individuals."


See: Yet more surveillance or real evidence-based decision-making? (EDRi, link)

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