Stefan Kulk writes article in Dutch newspaper about regulating the internet

In an aticle of the NRC that appeared last weekend in print, Ucall’er Stefan Kulk wrote about the urge of govenrments to regulate the internet. This urge is caused by all the trouble on the internet: from revenge pron to the promotion of terrorism and to hate speech. The problem is being tackled on a national level. According to Stefan Kulk this only leads to the hindering of innovation and which in the end obstructs the rise of a new internetgiant.

You can read the whole (Dutch) article here.



Sign up for a paneldiscussion on the report of the Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR)

Ucall’er Ivo Giesen is joining a meeting organised by Institution for Open Societies. The meeting is a paneldiscussion about the report of Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR). The report is emphasizing the importance of non-cognitive abilities, like for example setting goals, coming into action, to persist and to deal. with temptations and setbacks. The meeting will be held in Dutch and will take place on the 25th of January.  Please register by 10th of January. This can be done by sending an email to

In the attached document you can see the complete programme.

Uitnodiging paneldiscussie WRR-rapport- Weten is nog geen doen



Workshop at the Houthoff Litigation Event conducted by Ivo

On Friday November 17th, Ivo Giesen conducted a workshop at the Houthoff Litigation Event in Soesterberg. The workshop was on the influence of psychology on judicial decisions. He focussed on the confirmation bias and its influence on legal practice.



Stefan Kulk spoke on Dutch Radio 1 about the Right to be Forgotten

Stefan Kulk was a guest in the radio show of EenVandaag, to talk about the Right to be Forgotten. The matter concerned rapper Abdel, who for religious reasons, wanted old YouTube videos of him removed. When YouTube refused, he took the matter to court.

You can listen to the item through this link:






Sign up for a convention organised by Renforce and Ucall

On 23 November the researches of Utrecht Centre for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe (Renforce) and Utrecht Centre for Accountability and Liability Law (Ucall) will organise a convention with the title ‘Confiscation of criminal assets in the European Union’. Experts on the area of cross-border cases on proceeds of crime will share their experiences.
Participation is free, but it is required to sign up. You can sign up here.
For more information click here.