by Luke Allnutt Most members states of the European Union have some form of freedom-of-information legislation on the books, but the laws are much debated and in various stages of evolution. Both Sweden and Finland have constitutional provisions on public access; Sweden’s law dates back to 1776. Most other EU countries passed access laws in […]

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