Ben Zevenbergen

Ben Zevenbergen joined the Oxford Internet Institute to pursue a DPhil on
the intersection of privacy law, technology, social science, and the
Internet. He runs a side project that aims to establish ethics guidelines
for Internet research, as well as working in multidisciplinary teams such
as the EU funded Network of Excellence in Internet Science. He has worked
on legal, political and policy aspects of the information society for
several years. Most recently he was a policy advisor to an MEP in the
European Parliament, working on Europe’s Digital Agenda. Previously
Bendert worked as an ICT/IP lawyer and policy consultant in the
Netherlands. Bendert holds a degree in law, specialising in Information
Law.

Research interests
Privacy, ethics, internet governance, copyright, net neutrality.

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