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 may be personal data if they, either separately or together in combination,​ may be linked to a natural person. may be personal data if they, either separately or together in combination,​ may be linked to a natural person.
  
-In Sweden, the handling of personal information is regulated in the data protection regulation (DSF) that supersedes the previous personal data act (PUL). DSF is based on EU directives ​(GDPR) ​for the handling of personal data.+In Sweden, the handling of personal information is regulated in the data protection regulation (DSF) that supersedes the previous personal data act (PUL). DSF is based on EU directives for the handling of personal data (GDPR).
  
 All processing of personal data is covered by the rules of the DSF, including electronic processing((http://​www.datainspektionen.se/​fragor-och-svar/​personuppgiftslagen/​vad-menas-med-behandling-av-personuppgifter-enligt-personuppgiftslagen/​ (in Swedish) )). An important basic rule in the DSF is that personal data must not be spread further without restrictions,​ and those handling personal data must take the necessary measures to ensure that this does not happen. All processing of personal data is covered by the rules of the DSF, including electronic processing((http://​www.datainspektionen.se/​fragor-och-svar/​personuppgiftslagen/​vad-menas-med-behandling-av-personuppgifter-enligt-personuppgiftslagen/​ (in Swedish) )). An important basic rule in the DSF is that personal data must not be spread further without restrictions,​ and those handling personal data must take the necessary measures to ensure that this does not happen.
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