Do not send emails to Sweden!
Or have servers there. Why? Well, the Swedish parlament look set to vote through a law that gives FRA (Swedens NSA, basically) the right to do surveillance on all electronic traffic crossing Swedish borders. Yes. All. Really. They do really intend to survey ALL electronic traffic, looking for what is called “external threats” (i.e. terrorists and such).
So, if you send email to a Swedish server, this email will be read by a machine to see if it matches certain criteria, and if so, it might be read by somebody at FRA in the end. This is the rights that are being given to an organisation that has illegally done this kind of surveillance within Sweden for ten years. And this is a move supported by around 80% or the parliament. Yes, really. Of course, only 50% will actually vote for it because the social democrats, who’s law it really is, is now in opposition and votes against everything out of principle.
The law has been by Googles expert in questions like this been characterized as not having any place in a western democracy. I agree.
I am so amazingly happy that I have moved from that country.