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Topic - Johan Lundmark
Swedish law enforcement cannot issue an injunction to close a website before a court has convicted the publishers of a crime, but can seize a server as part of a criminal investigation, said Johan Lundmark, deputy director at the Justice Ministry.
"At the end of the day, it will all boil down to some kind of interpretation by some authority, which will consider ... if there is a possibility to assist the American police with the support of existing rules," Lundmark said. "This is a complicated issue and there are loads of questions that could pop up."