"A number of Swedish ISPs have been quick to criticize the plan and have made plain their opinions that it's a flagrant violation of customer privacy.
“We don’t want to act like police and feel that a system similar to that in the UK is a deep invasion of privacy," said Annika Kristersson of internet and telecommunications company Tele2 to the Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) newspaper.
"It would entail us having to spy on our customers."
“To try to restrict connections and reduce connection speeds shows a high degree of amateurism,” said Bahnhof CEO Jon Karlung to SvD."
Thanks to Sheila Thompson via the ORG list for the link.