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Practice of access to information. Finland has a long tradition of open access to government files, starting from the Worlds oldest freedom of information law that was enacted in 1766, when Finland was part of Sweden. The draft Law is clearly about the transparency and publicity of the ACTIVITIES of officials, not DOCUMENTS only. Having a broader scope is good. (Specialist Heikki Kuutti, senior researcher in Journalism at the Department of Communication,University of Jyväskylä.)
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