About this Blog

Welcome to the EU Policy Blog, Microsoft’s platform for sharing insights on the issues impacting Europe in the digital age. This is a forum to discuss the latest trends and research, as well as regulatory and policy developments that are shaping how European citizens, businesses, governments and societies use technology to achieve more every day.

Our goal is to contribute to a broader debate around the digital policy issues shaping Europe’s future. We hope you enjoy these opinions and we invite you to follow us on Twitter @MicrosoftEU and share your thoughts with the Microsoft European Government Affairs team.

Our Leadership

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Nanna-Louise Wildfang Linde – Vice President, European Government Affairs

Nanna-Louise Wildfang Linde is Microsoft’s Vice President European Government Affairs with responsibility for Microsoft’s government affairs and public policy work across Europe. She leads a team of government affairs professionals tasked with strengthening Microsoft’s external relations with the EU institutions and governments across Europe and ensuring the company is a constructive partner in supporting policy makers in Europe achieve their goals and adapt smart legislation.

A competition lawyer by training, Nanna-Louise Wildfang Linde brings with her almost two decades of experience at Microsoft. Most recently she has been leading Microsoft’s Corporate External & Legal Affairs team in 32 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, responsible for legal matters and relations with governments and other authorities. Prior to that she was leading Government Affairs for Microsoft in Western Europe. Wildfang Linde and her teams have helped Microsoft build important partnerships with governments in Europe and position Microsoft as a trusted partner in the region, ranging from digitally preserving Greece’s cultural heritage as part of Microsoft’s AI for Cultural Heritage initiative to spearheading our efforts to support the Ukrainian Government, including through partnerships to strengthen cybersecurity and resilience.