The Norwegian online newspaper Resett reports that KKN and other institutions have been instructed by a lawyer firm to remove the identity of the reknown child psychiatrist who was convicted in Oslo City Court last year for having amassed more than 200.000 grave child pornographic materials while simultaneously being a member of the governmental Child Expert Commission.
One of whom has received the instruction is pastor Jan-Aage Torp of Kristen Koalisjon Norge. He says to Resett that he as a law-abiding citizen will abstain from mentioning the name of the child psychiarist in articles written after the conviction in the City Court on September 30th last year, but that he thinks the ruling will not have a retroactive effect for articles written before that time. In the original verdict in Oslo City Court in May last year it is stated specifically that there are no restrictions on publication of the verdict.
Pastor Torp considers the perpetrator as a public person, and that information about who he is must be important for society, among others for the numerous victims of verdicts in Barnevernet-cases related to his work,.
Here is the Norwegian article on Resett: