The aim must be that it should include those acts that there is reason to penalise as freedom of the press and freedom of expression offences. The Committee considers that no offence should now be deleted from the list of offences. The reasons for this are the following. These offences may indeed appear to be irrelevant under peaceful conditions, but may be of importance in adverse times. They constitute a legislation passed in view of wartime conditions and the like intended to have effect in adverse times when it is quite conceivable that perpetrators would use media protected by constitutional law to achieve their aims.
The fact that several offences have been included in the excepted cases, when, besides the individual person responsible, the communicator may also be punished, indicate that the Den Första Gång Jag Så Dig - Various - Importørens Ønskeplade Nr.
1 (Vinyl to date has viewed these offences very seriously. If the offences are deleted, they will be excluded from liability if they are committed within media protected by constitutional law. What should be deliberated upon is whether these offences can be more clearly defined in the Penal Code. The criminalisation of these acts is important for the protection of national security. The fact that two offences have been included in the cases exempted when, besides the individual responsible, the communicator may also be punished, indicates that the legislator to date has viewed these offences very seriously.
If the offences are deleted, the disclosure of secret information of importance to national security would be excluded from liability if it occurs within media protected by constitutional laws. It should also be possible in the future to punish those who within media protected by constitutional law incite or try to deceive the public into committing offences, neglect their civic duties or.
The rules for the processing of freedom of the press and freedom of information cases with the JK, jury and the instruction to rather acquit than convict ensure that the incitement of unlawful behaviour provision is applied without threatening the freedom of expression.
It should be considered whether this offence can be more clearly defined in the Penal Code. It should also be possible in the future to punish agitation against for example a national or ethnic group and unlawful depiction of violence that is committed within media protected by constitutional law.
Defamation is the most common freedom of the press and freedom of expression offence. It should also be possible in the future to punish defamation committed within media protected by constitutional law. According to YGL, technical recordings shall be furnished with details of who has commissioned the production of the recording and also regarding when, where and by whom the recording is produced.
This obligation, which among other things is important for the opportunity to trace someone who can be held responsible. A corresponding obligation also applies to recordings that are produced abroad. For such recordings, the provisions applicable to the person who commissions the production of the recording the producer apply to the importer.
Such recordings shall thus be furnished with inter alia details of who the importer is. However, the obligation to furnish the recordings with this information does not rest with the importer but the person who produces the copies. However, as regards imported recordings, the person who produces the copies is located abroad and is thus hardly accessible to the Swedish authorities.
MGU Freedom of Expression Law Commision — Mediegrundlagsutredningen SOU proposed that the regulation of details of origin for technical recordings that are produced abroad should be replaced by a new provision, which require the importer to furnish the recordings with details of who has released them for dissemination and when they were brought into the county.
However, the Government considered that it was unclear how the proposal related to the prohibition contained in the EC Treaty against quantitative import restrictions and measures having corresponding effect. The Freedom of the Press and Freedom of Expression Committee shall, set against the background of that stated above, propose an appropriate solution to the problem with details of origin for technical recordings produced abroad.
These reasons must be deemed to be at least equally compelling as those reasons that the ECJ has accepted in other contexts. Nor does the exemption go further than necessary. The Committee thus considers that the solution proposed by MGU does not violate the EC law prohibition on quantitative import restrictions and measures having corresponding effect. The Committee has not been able to find any other solution to the problem with details of origin for technical recordings produced.
This solution entails the following. The provisions contained in Chapter 3, Section 13 YGL on details of origin shall not apply to technical recordings that are produced abroad and released for dissemination in Sweden.
Instead, a special rule on details of origin for such recordings shall be introduced in Chapter 10, Section 3 YGL. According to the new rule, the recording should be furnished with details of who, here in Sweden, has released them for dissemination and when the copy was brought into Sweden. This obligation is imposed on the importer. A special rule shall be introduced in Chapter 4, Section 2 of the Implementation Act whereby the obligation to show details on imported recordings shall, whenever possible, be conducted in the same way as in relation to recordings produced in Sweden.
Otherwise the obligation shall be satisfied by the details being affixed to a cover, sleeve or similar object. Since 1 Januarycases concerning freedom of the press and freedom of expression offences that are related with each other can be entertained by any of the district courts that is a competent court.
The same also applies for freedom of the press or freedom of expression cases relating to private claims owing to such offences and also for cases where the action is brought exclusively for the confiscation of printed material or technical recordings.
The cases shall be processed as one action unless there are extraordinary reasons for not doing so. The terms of reference of the Freedom of the Press and Freedom of Expression Committee include deliberating on whether powers should be introduced for the Supreme Court, upon the request of a party or a court, to decide to consolidate for joint processing at one court such cases as are pending at different courts.
The Committee considers that there is value in having a local assessment of freedom of the press and freedom of expression cases. A questionnaire has also shown that there have only been a few cases where the application of a rule of the kind now in question could apply.
The procedural economic gains that may be made are. Having regard to this, the Committee has accepted that such a rule should not be introduced. The Committee considers that the merger of counties gives cause to review the Ordinance on the competence of certain district courts to entertain freedom of the press and freedom of expression cases.
The Committee also points out that the ongoing work with altering the district court structure in the County of Stockholm may not be allowed to entail it becoming unclear which court in the future will be the freedom of the press and freedom of expression court. It is often difficult to determine whether YGL applies to technical recordings that are produced by print-on-demand production of individual copies on orderas these recordings usually do not have the prescribed details of origin and nor is it indicated by a copy found whether it is part of an edition or not, Den Första Gång Jag Så Dig - Various - Importørens Ønskeplade Nr.
1 (Vinyl. A possible amendment of the fundamental preconditions for the application of YGL to technical recordings is far too great an issue to be deliberated on now as a possible solution to these problems. The issue will be dealt with in the future work in conjunction with the question of ensuring a more technology independent constitutional law protection for freedom of expression. The Committee limits itself to reporting its view on what, according to the current legislation and practice, applies regarding the preconditions for YGL to become applicable to technical recordings without details of origin.
It follows from the prohibition against censorship that the constitutional law protection applies already during the production process. Consequently, it is not only the verified dissemination that determines the issue of the existence of constitutional law protection.
YGL applies to technical recordings without details of origin that are produced by print-on-demand operations, subject only to the precondition that the orders are received or can be expected to be received to such an extent that an edition comprising at least some ten identical copies are produced or are intended LP) be produced during a period of about one month at the most. When a sufficient. For constitutional law protection to then apply, it should be indicated that the circumstances are such that it can be expected that at least some ten orders will be received within a period of one month at the most.
A producer who wishes to be sure of constitutional law protection should produce a sufficient edition when orders start to be received. The mere fact that a technical recording has been advertised for sale does not mean that it falls within the ambit of YGL. One consequence of the issue of the scope of YGL being difficult to determine and may require extensive evidence is that actions in freedom of the press and freedom of expression cases may be dismissed following several years of proceedings and that in some cases it may be unclear for a considerable time whether JK or a public prosecutor is competent.
The Committee considers that these problems cannot be resolved either by a rule providing that the accused shall be compelled to no later than during the preparatory stage of the proceedings challenge the application of YGL in order to have that issue considered or by a rule providing that, for example, the Supreme Court should be able to make a binding decision on the matter.
Den Första Gång Jag Så Dig - Various - Importørens Ønskeplade Nr. 1 (Vinyl practical implication of such solutions would be that if it only became clear to the court that YGL was not applicable following the preparatory stage of the proceedings in the case or the binding decision, the court would nevertheless be compelled to erroneously entertain the case as a freedom of expression case with among other things a jury and perhaps also at the wrong forum. This could possibly be to the disadvantage of the accused as special rules of responsibility without requirements for ordinary intent apply in freedom of expression cases.
An obligation for the accused to present a challenge would also mean that the issue of constitutional protection could be answered in different ways in separate cases regarding one and the same medium owing to the accused persons acting differently. Rules on a parallel competence for JK to investigate and bring an action at the same time against the same person for both a freedom of the press or freedom of expression offence and corresponding Penal Code offence would mean that the issue of liability could possibly be determined more rapidly than today.
However, in the opinion of the Committee, it is not clear that the problem is so great that there is reason to make an already complicated field of law even more complicated by introducing rules on parallel competence.
The Committee therefore refrains from presenting any proposal regarding this. In order to ameliorate the effects of the difficulties that exist, one might possibly deliberate upon the introduction of a time limitation rule whereby the service of prosecution papers for freedom of the press and freedom of expression cases would constitute in relation to the accused a suspension of the limitation period restriction as regards a corresponding Penal Code offence. This rule could possibly be formulated so that it also covers the reverse situation, i.
However, it must be noted that a manifest disadvantage with such a rule is that it would entail the issue of liability remaining undetermined for an indefinite period. The Committee considers that there is not sufficient justification to introduce such a rule on time limitations. A public prosecutor is entitled to implement those measures required to enable him to assess whether there is reason to assume that constitutional law protection exists.
As soon as he concludes that there are such reasons, he should hand the matter over to JK for consideration. This does not need to be laid down in a special rule. The Committee considers that it is clear that the dissemination by public playing or showing of a technical recording for which the time limit for a freedom of expression offence has already elapsed shall be regarded in the same. This became a pertinent issue in conjunction with the election, when Posten AB did not distribute certain election material to households.
The constitutional law rule prohibiting refusal to forward only applies to the extent that there is a public law obligation to convey written material or technical recordings according to provisions outside the constitutional laws.
The overall opportunities to reach a large group of recipients with the same communication is also significantly greater now than around to These changed circumstances mean that a refusal to forward today would not have such extensive effects as at the time TF was passed. The conclusion of the Committee is that there is no cause now to propose any amendment of the constitutional law provisions concerning prohibition of refusal to forward.
There are reasons in another context to deliberate upon a special regulation of the obligation to convey unaddressed election material and the like. An amendment should also be made to the database rule, which exempts from the scope of the database rule web transmissions falling within the ambit of Chapter 1, Section 6, first paragraph, second sentence YGL. Exemplar av. Yttrandefrihetsgrundlagen omtryckt Vad som enligt 14 kap. Motsvarande skyldighet enligt 10 kap.
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