Stefan Kulk is a researcher at the Centre for Intellectual Property Law (CIER) of Utrecht University. Read more about Stefan.


Expertise: copyright, privacy, free speech, open data, new technologies and law.

   Latest Publications


Freedom of expression and ‘right to be forgotten’ cases in the Netherlands after Google Spain‘, European Data Protection Law Review 2015 2015-2, 113 (with Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius).


De implicaties van het Google Spain-arrest voor de vrijheid van meningsuiting‘, NTM/NJCM-Bulletin 2015-1, 3 (with Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius).


Google Spain v. González: Did the Court Forget About Freedom of Expression?‘, European Journal of Risk Regulation 2014-3, 389-398 (with Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius).


Case note to CJEU decision in UPC Telekabel Wien/Constantin Filmverleih (27 March 2014, C‑314/12), Intellectuele Eigendom & Reclamerecht 2014/52.


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   Current Projects


PhD research: ‘Towards a Future-Proof Framework of Intermediary Liability for Copyright Infringements’


Signed the Open letter to Google on ‘right to be forgotten’. For a statement in Dutch, see my post on the Utrecht Centre for Accountability and Liability Law Blog.

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On this domain, I kept a blog that I currently no longer keep up-to-date.
Old blog posts can be found here.