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2010 ( 1 st. )

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Omslaget till Trends in Data Protection Law

Trends in Data Protection Law” i Information & Communication Technology – Legal Issues, Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 56, 2010, s. 209–225

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It has long been a specific feature of Swedish data protection law that it comprises a system with innumerable acts with special data protection provisions covering different sectors of the public administration or a particular, big, computerised personal data file held by an authority. This system has not been abandoned with the introduction of the 1998 Personal Data Act. Instead, most existing special data protection acts were adapted to the new Personal Data Act or replaced by new acts. In fact, after the entry into force of the Personal Data Act several special data protection acts covering important areas of the public administration that were not previously covered by any special data protection regime have been adopted. Even today, there are several proposals for amended or brand new special data protection acts pending or being prepared.

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2007 ( 1 st. )

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Omslaget till Some Commercial Aspects on Labour Law

Some Commercial Aspects on Labour Law” i What is Scandinavian Law? – Social Private Law, Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 50, 2007, s. 541–553

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A company’s decision to employ a person can be viewed as an investment-decision. A decision to educate or train an employee to improve his or her skills can also be regarded as an investment-decision by the company.

All investments involve risk. A successful investment can gain considerable profit for the company, and it constitutes a valuable asset. The company therefore has an interest in protecting its investments. An asset which from one day to another can vanish from the company or – which is worse for the company – can be transferred free of charge to a competitor provides a high risk. If, on the other hand, an investment for some reason proves to be a failure in one way or the other, the company usually wants to reallocate its investments as soon as possible to reduce its losses. An investment which is not profitable or which generates losses provides a high risk, when the company has few options to bring the investment to an end.

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2004 ( 1 st. )

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Omslaget till Implementing Data Protection in Law

Implementing Data Protection in Law” i IT Law – Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 47, 2004, s. 389–403

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In 1995, after some five years of discussion, the European Union adopted a directive on data protection (Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data), and a new Swedish Committee was, even prior to the formal approval by the EU of the directive, entrusted with making recommendations on the implementation of the directive and a new total revision of the 1973 Data Act. The Committee presented in 1997 a report on the implementation (SOU 1997:39) containing a proposal for a new Personal Data Act.

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