four out of five international phone calls from Russia are routed through Sweden
An amended version of Sweden's controversial new signals intelligence law was passed in the Riksdag on Wednesday, with 158 members voting in favour and 153 against.
"Are we really, in a democratic country, going to implement a system which entails wire tapping the masses?" the Left Party's Alice Åström asked her colleagues in the Riksdag
“The state is going to get unlimited power to monitor citizens' data traffic,”
The Government has appointed a commission that will investigate how to make it easier to convict those suspected of spying