Bendert Zevenbergen joined the Oxford Internet Institute in 2012 to work on the EU Internet Science project. 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.
internet governance, copyright, virtual communities, privacy
Positions held at the OII
- DPhil Student, October 2013 -
- Research Assistant, September 2012 -
December 2011 - May 2015
EINS aims to strengthen scientific and technological excellence by developing an integrated and interdisciplinary scientific understanding of Internet networks and their co-evolution with society.
May - August 2013
This project is developing concrete guidance with regards to privacy and data protection for researchers using Internet measurement tools for mobile phones in a usable and understandable format.
December 2012 - December 2013
This cross-national research project focuses on the operation and efficacy of age verification techniques as employed by the European online gambling industry, comparing this to practice in other industry sectors.
- Zevenbergen, B., Brown,I., Wright, J., and Erdos, D. (2013) Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements. Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.
Thesis title to be confirmed.
Associate Director (Cyber Security Centre) and Senior Research Fellow (OII)
9 August 2013 BBC News Technology
On the 10th anniversary of The Pirate Bay file-sharing website, Ben Zevenbergen contributes to an examination of its legacy commenting on the cultural changes it brought about. It woke up the cultural world he says.
2 May 2013 Techdirt
OII Research Assistant, Ben Zevenbergen writes about proposed Communication Data Bill, also known as ‘Snooper’s Charter’. Among the expert commentators is Joss Wright.
Policy and Internet Blog on 7 Nov 2013 16:01PM
To make sense of today's increasingly complex Internet architecture, network researchers collect and share datasets of network measurements, from detailed individual-level traces to data aggregated on a regional level. The OII's Ben Zevenbergen discusses [...]