Line Coll will be the new Director of the Data Protection Authority

Our Partner and dear colleague Line Coll will be the new Director-General of the Norwegian Data Protection Authority. We are very proud and will miss her a lot!

Line has worked as a partner with us since 2018 and has been part of our Technology and Digitalisation practice as an expert within data protection and digitalisation. Line has more than 20 years of experience as an advisor within data protection, use of new technology and digitalisation. She has worked as a legal counsel for a wide range of public and private Norwegian and international clients. Line also has several years of experience as a lawyer in Equinor ASA.

– Line is a good choice and will be an excellent leader for the Norwegian Data Protection Authority, says Managing Partner Finn Bjørnstad.

– She is a committed leader with a strong professional foundation. Furthermore, she has practical experience with all the challenges related to technology and privacy that both companies and individuals face in everyday life. We take it as an acknowledgment of our professional position that one of our partners is recruited as the new Director-General of the Norwegian Data Protection Authority. Line will surely be missed, and we wish her all the best, says Finn.

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