"the Operator Tele 2 will not appeal the government's proposal for a new datalagringslag. It has shortcomings and has taken too long to develop – but the benefits are greater than the disadvantages, according to the company."
"– The new bill certainly has flaws, but contains at the same time, several parts of which Tele 2 has requested, for example, increased demands on prior authorisation and differentiated retention periods. We therefore believe that the bill achieves a better balance between the need for tools for law enforcement and personal privacy, " says officer Joel Ibson to the TT."
"It was Tele 2, which started the process around the Swedish data store. The dispute with the Swedish government went to the EU court of justice, which in december 2016, ruled that the legislation was not compatible with human rights."
"According to Tele 2, the Swedish debate on data retention for several years been characterised by misleading claims and mudslinging, rather than constructive discussion on improving the law. The company now wants to have a more fact-based debate, in which "
"Bredbandsoperatören bahnhof's ceo Jon Karlung has made it clear that he intends to appeal the bill."