This blog is maintained by Stefan Kulk and covers the intersections of law and new technology. Stefan currently works as a PhD candidate at the Centre for Intellectual Property Law (CIER) of the University of Utrecht. The topic of his thesis is the liability of intermediaries for copyright infringement. In the summer of 2014, he was a research intern at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
Before Stefan started his PhD-research, he researched the liability of open data providers and the privacy aspects of open data at Delft University of Technology. The reports and articles that were produced during this research can be found here.
Stefan graduated from the University of Amsterdam where he attended the IViR information law research master program. He studied U.S. intellectual property law at Cardozo Law School in New York.
An overview of Stefan Kulk’s publications.