The newsletter contains four news items:
1. Anna-Sara Lind presents a new book, Information and Law in Transition, and the contributions to the book by CRB researchers.
2. Anna-Sara Lind describes the situation for the temporary Swedish law on research registries.
3. Mats G. Hansson reports on a modified version of broad consent for future research.
4. Josepine Fernow presents a new article by Jennifer Viberg on the proposal to give research participants freedom of choice about incidental findings.
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