Friday 24 February 2012

Grahnlaw among top ten political blogs in Finland

Cision Finland ranked the top ten political blogs in Finland according to their own algorithm. The tabloid Ilta-Sanomat picked up the news and the Green Party paper VihreƤ lanka happily noted the strong showing of Green politicians.

The Green top duo Jyrki JJ Kasvi and Osmo Soininvaara was complemented by the Green minister Heidi Hautala in seventh place.

The justice minister Anna-Maja Henriksson came in third and Finland's EU and trade minister Alexander Stubb fifth.

I was astonished to find my English blog Grahnlaw, which deals with "remote" EU issues, ranked fourth among these well known public figures in Finland.

Ralf Grahn
speaker on EU affairs, especially digital policy and law

P.S. 1: For better or for worse, between the global issues and the national level, the European Union shapes our digital future and online freedoms. More than 900 euroblogs are aggregated by multilingual Is your blog already listed among them? Are you following the debates which matter for your future?

P.S. 2: Referring the anti-piracy treaty #ACTA to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) marks a lull in the proceedings, but not an end to the political battle. A few moments ago, the petition launched by @Avaaz for the European Parliament (and the national parliaments) to reject ACTA had already been signed by 2,418,109 netizens, but more are welcome until the official burial.

Tomorrow, Saturday 25 February 2012, European netizens join forces through more than 150 demonstrations for open and democratic legislation and Internet freedoms. In Finland Stop ACTA Helsinki convenes in front of the Central Railway Station at 14:00 hours.


  1. Congratulations (from Sweden)

  2. Great news - Congratulations, well deserved!

  3. @kosmopolit

    Thank you for your kind words.

  4. Congratulations.

  5. @Erja

    Thank you. I was surprised to notice that a blog dealing with "distant" EU matters made it into the top 10, but happy to contribute to the discussion about the European Union, still sadly uninformed.

  6. Congratulations from a colleague in Sweden.

  7. Thank you, Juristen, for the congratulations as well as for your thoughtful writing on information society issues.


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