Jenneke Evers has been connected to eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologies, since January 2016 as a PhD candidate.
Jenneke Evers studied Philosophy (research master) and Constitutional and Administrative law at the University of Amsterdam. During her studies she was a research assistant at the chair group of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the UvA. For a short period she has been a tutor at Erasmus University Rotterdam and lecturer at the UvA. Since January 2016 she is connected to eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologies, as a PhD candidate.
SCALES: 'designing a regulatory & institutional framework to balance public interests and individual liberties in the use of data analytics'
As a PhD candidate she works within the SCALES-project. She focuses on the question how to strike a balance between public and private (commercial) interests and citizens’ or consumers’ rights and liberties.
Title research: Calculating the Citizen: Data Analytics in the Rechsstaat.
- Ursic H. & Evers J. (2017), Data Protection Principles and the (Big) Data Challenges in the Light of the New EU Legislation, ELSA Media Law International Focus Programme Almanac 2013-2016: 8-14.
- Evers G.H. (2016), In de schaduw van de rechtsstaat: profilering en nudging door de overheid, Computerrecht (3): 167-171.
- Evers G.H., European Data Protection Law Review 2016,3; 432-436 (Y Y v Russia App no 40378/06, European Court of Human Rights, 23 February 2016).