By Michael Karnerfors 2009-10-31, continued from part 1
"Every Swedish citizen shall be entitled to have free access to official documents, in order to encourage the free exchange of opinion and the availability of comprehensive information."
The paragraph above is the first act of the second chapter of The Freedom of The Press act, a cornerstone of the Swedish constitution. In short chapter two, titled "On the public nature of official documents", says that if I as a Swedish citizen wish to take part of any official document, I am entitled to have swift access to it, no questions asked. Continue reading Michael, the saboteur?! Part 2: asking for email