Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. X. And Church of Scientology v. SWeden (7805/77) was a case decided by European Commission of Human Rights in 1979. IN 1973, the Church of Scientology of Sweden placed an advertisement for an E-meter in its periodical. THe Consumer Ombudsman, acting upon complaints, requested Market Court an injunction prohibiting the use of certain passages in the advertisement, namely that is was an invaluable aid to measuring man''s mental state and changes in it. THe court granted the injunction, and the Church''s petition was rejected by the Supreme Court. COncerning Article 10 (freedom of expression), the Commission found an interference with applicant''s rights. HOwever, it found the interference necessary in a democratic society, stating that the test of ''necessity'' in the second paragraph of Article 10 should therefore be a less strict one when applied to restraints imposed on commercial ''ideas'' (compared with ''political'' ideas).