Mr Torgeir Waterhouse represents the Norwegian IT industry and takes up a central role in the Norwegian IT politics debate where he frequently takes part in the public debate. He is also a sought after public speaker and writer. He has worked both with the Consumer Council and now with the industry on the IT issues.
Mr Waterhouse covers topics as Internet Access, Infrastructure, Frequencies, Surveillance and Law Enforcement, Copyright, Privacy, Digitalisation, Consumerization, Games and Gamification, Internet of things, Smart Cities, Smart Homes, Internet Governance, Digital literacy and more.
In addition to his role as an industry representative he h as also been called upon to take positions in government committees on topics as Digital value creation, Copyright, Lawful Interception, Online Gambling, etc. He frequently takes board and advisory board positions for organisations and companies in the Internet sphere like Norwegian IPv6 Forum, the Norwegian registry for domain names, Norwegian Safer Internet Project, Østfold University College, Faculty of computer sciences, The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia, Norwegian Digital Forum and more.
Mr Waterhouse is also one of the founders of the highly successful Norwegian movement Teach Kids Kode with the goal of teaching kids in Norway to code both in school and private code clubs.
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