Privacy Library

Sweden

National Data Protection Authority - Other Government Agencies
Swedish Data Inspection Board
Privacy Laws and Regulations
The Personal Data Act (1998:204) of 29 April 1998

The English version does not contain the amendments.

The Personal Data Ordinance (1998:1191) of 3 September 1998
Data Inspection Board Regulation - DIFS 1998:3

Provides an exemption from the prohibition preventing entities other than official authorities from processing personal data relating to offences etc.
Decision on Whistleblowing Systems (2008)
Data Inspection Board Regulation - DIFS 2001:1

Amends Data Inspection Board Regulation (DIFS 1998:2) with regard to the obligation to notify the processing of personal data to the Data Inspection Board

Information on the Personal Data Act (DPA Guidance)
Monitoring in Worklife (DPA Guidance)
Employer Montitoring Checklist (DPA Guidance)
The Surveillance Act (2013:460)
The Marketing Act (1995:450)
Electronic Communications Act

Related:

What to Do When the Privacy Regulator Comes Knocking on Your Door? (Bloomberg BNA Privacy and Security Law Report; 9/16/2013)

Beware the Botnets: Cyber-Security is a Board Level Issue (8/15/2013)

Cross-Border Information Sharing for Effective Services (Bloomberg BNA Privacy and Security Law Report; 7/29/2013)

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