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Death in Ice Valley is a BBC World Service podcast about the mystery surrounding the body of a woman found in Norway’s Isdalen Valley in 1970. We're keen to find out more about the woman and the life she led. If you have any information you'd like to share, send us an email. Please state clearly if you do not wish the information you provide to be attributed to you. We will treat information submitted in accordance with our Privacy Notice, which can be found below. By sending us an email from this page, you confirm that you have read our Privacy Notice.

Please read the following Privacy Notice before sending your comments. The BBC is the 'data controller' of any personal information you have included in your email (including your name and contact details, as well as any other information you have chosen to provide to us about yourself or another person). This means that the BBC decides what your personal data is used for, and the ways in which it is processed. We will process the personal data you have submitted for the purpose of using this to produce the Death in Ice Valley podcast and any related content. We may share information you provide with the Norwegian broadcaster NRK, who are co-producing the Death in Ice Valley podcast with the BBC. If your information is shared, NRK will become the data controller of the shared information and its privacy policy will apply. The legal basis on which the BBC processes your personal data is on the basis of our legitimate interests in producing journalistic content. We carefully consider your interests, rights and freedoms when seeking to rely on our legitimate interests. Any sensitive personal data that you choose to provide will be processed on the basis of the public interest in the BBC producing journalistic content. The BBC will retain your data in accordance with its Corporate Retention Schedule. If we use personal data you provide in the Death in Ice Valley podcast, we will retain this for permanently for our journalistic and investigative purposes. If we do not use personal data you provide in the Death in Ice Valley podcast, we will retain this for up to a year after the end of the series. Data protection law gives you certain rights in relation to your personal data, including the right to request access, rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of its processing, and the right to object to processing. If you have any questions about how the BBC handles your personal information, or if you wish to contact the BBC to exercise your rights in relation to your personal data, please visit the BBC's Privacy page. If you raise a complaint with the BBC about the way it has handled your personal data and you are dissatisfied with the BBC’s response, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. In the UK, the supervisory authority is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), which can be contacted here.