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Privacy: a Core Finnish Value Posted by Sean @ 15:05 GMT

Enumerated rights are cool. And here's an enumeration we're particularly fond of…

The Constitution of Finland, Section 10 — The right to privacy

"Everyone's private life, honour and the sanctity of the home are guaranteed."

"The secrecy of correspondence, telephony and other confidential communications is inviolable."

The Constitution of Finland, Section 10, The right to privacy

And there's even more enumeration here…

Act on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications

Act on the Protection of Privacy in Electronic Communications

Privacy — it's a core Finnish value. And central to everything we do here at F-Secure.






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