According to the newspaper Turun Sanomat, Finland has received a total of 75 binding decisions, of which all but one have been made over the past 15 years.
Sweden, for example, has received a total of 22 court judgments, Norway 19, Denmark 9 and Iceland just one.
In April, the European Court of Human Rights reprimanded Finland over the eight-year long case of a Helsinki man. The court intends to hear nine Finnish cases concerning questions of freedom of speech.
Finland has, so far, lost three-quarters of its cases before the court.