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Alpine Privacy Days 2023

Data privacy update in the heart of the Swiss alps - 8th and 10th of March 2023

Programme and speakers to be announced


Confirmed speakers

Tobias Judin

Head of international affairs at the Norwegian Data Protection Authority. Tobias is Norway's top-level representative to the European Data Protection Board, and also the responsible for cross-border cases and cases regarding international transfers at Datatilsynet. An experienced speaker that knows how Datatilsynet reason and reacts.

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Lee Andrew Bygrave

Lee A. Bygrave is professor at the Department of Private Law, University of Oslo. He is currently Director of the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law.

He is additionally an academic affiliate of the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) at the University of Oxford, and research associate (formerly founding co-director) of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre (now 'Community') at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.

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Emerald De Leeuw-Goggin

Forbes has named Emerald as one of 100 European female founders to follow, and she speak regularly at leading conferences such as TEDx and WomeninTech.  

She is a privacy and data protection specialist as well as an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker and lecturer.

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Chris Docksey

Christopher Docksey lectures and publishes on data protection, the GDPR and the case law of the EU Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. In October 2019 he gave the keynote on accountability at the 41st ICDPPC.
He is the Honorary Director General at the EDPS, a Member of the Guernsey Data Protection Authority, and a Member of the Advisory Board of the European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity (ECPC) at Maastricht University. He is also an editor of the OUP Commentary on the GDPR, together with Christopher Kuner and Lee Bygrave.

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Mona Naomi Lintvedt

Mona is doctoral research fellow at the Department of Private Law, University of Oslo. She has extensive experience with digitalisation in the public sector, and in particular legal aspects of technology and Law.

Mona Naomi has been the national representative to the OECD Working Party of Senior Digital Government Officials, EU ISA Working Group on Interoperability Architecture, EU eGovernment Benchmark Group, EU eGov Action Plan Steering Board and EU ISA2 Committee.