"- Till exempel sades det att vi bröt mot Yttrandefrihetsgrundlagen, men det är inte applicerbar för den omfattar inte digitala medier." (Bengt Olsson, Telia). Well, YGL actually does regulate the digital media that is covered by YGL (which is far from all digital media, though). This specific case might not be a freedom of speech case where YGL applies, but that is another matter.
I'm not sure if I'm upset about Telia inserting advertising around the web pages its customers visit through Surf Open (the important point to me is if the ads are displayed separately from the content of the web page), but I don't agree with the opinion that the operators own the mobile display and can do with it what they want.