access to documents
The Swedish parliament Riksdagen that in 1766 saw the birth of the first law on freedom of information ever, has adopted a new limitation of access to documents.
There will be no change of the present EU-rules on access to documents under the present Commission and Parliament.
Access to documents and freedom for social media might get legal protection in new data privacy rules after all. But lawmakers still have a long way to go.
A proposed new Danish law on access to documents has caused close to a political uproar. More than 75 000 citizens have signed a petition against the law.
Politicians table amendments from industry as their own suggestions. Defenders of new data rules use the same copy-past technique.