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Prof.dr. Bert-Jaap Koops is Professor of Regulation & Technology at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), the Netherlands. His main research fields are cybercrime, cyber-investigation, privacy, and data protection. He is also interested in topics such as DNA forensics, identity, digital constitutional rights, ‘code as law’, and regulatory implications of human enhancement, genetics, robotics, and neuroscience. With a personal postdoc (1999), VIDI (2003) and VICI (2014) grant, Koops is one of the few Dutch researchers who received all three stages of NWO’s (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) personal research-grant scheme. From 2005-2010, he was a member of De Jonge Akademie, a young-researcher branch of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. In the 2016/2017 academic year, he was Distinguished Lorentz Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS).

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Recent publications

  1. Goodbye to Publications, or Confessions of a Privacy Law Scholar

    Koops, B-J. (2022). Goodbye to Publications, or Confessions of a Privacy Law Scholar. surveillance and society, 20(3), 312-316. https://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/surveillance-and-society/article/view/15751/10284
  2. Rapport D1 - Autoriteit online terroristisch en kinderpornografisch m…

    Koops, B-J., van der Sloot, B., Kamara, I., Mendis, S., & Boot, J. (2022). Rapport D1: Autoriteit online terroristisch en kinderpornografisch materiaal. Ministerie van Justitie en Veiligheid.
  3. Rapport D3 - Analyse juridische omgevingsanalyse ATKM

    van der Sloot, B., Dalla Corte, L., Kamara, I., Koops, B-J., Mendis, S., & Boot, J. (2022). Rapport D3: Analyse juridische omgevingsanalyse ATKM. (1 ed.) Ministerie van Justitie en Veiligheid.
  4. The concept of function creep

    Koops, B-J. (2021). The concept of function creep. Law, Innovation and Technology, 13(1), 29-56.
  5. The ethics of inattention - Revitalising civil inattention as a priva…

    Sharon, T., & Koops, B-J. (2021). The ethics of inattention: Revitalising civil inattention as a privacy-protecting mechanism in public spaces. Ethics and Information Technology, 23(3), 331-343.

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