Publications

Journal articles

S Eskens (2020), The personal information sphere: An integral approach to privacy and related information and communication rights, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, volume 71, issue 9, pages 1116-1128 [www] (open access).

C Monzer, J Möller, N Helberger, and S Eskens (2020), User perspectives on the news personalisation process: Agency, trust and utility as building blocks, Digital Journalism, advance publication [www] (open access).

S Eskens (2019), A right to reset your user profile and more: GDPR-rights for personalized news consumers, International Data Privacy Law, volume 9, issue 3, pages 153-172 [www] (open access).

B Bodó, N Helberger, S Eskens, and J Möller (2019), Interested in diversity: The role of user attitudes, algorithmic feedback loops, and policy in news personalization, Digital Journalism, volume 7, issue 2, pages 206-229 [www] (open access).

S Eskens, N Helberger, and J Moeller (2017), Challenged by news personalisation: Five perspectives on the right to receive information, Journal of Media Law, volume 9, issue 2, pages 259-284 [www] (open access).

FJ Zuiderveen Borgesius, D Trilling, J Möller, S Eskens, B Bodó, CH de Vreese, and N Helberger (2016), Algoritmische verzuiling en filter bubbles: een bedreiging voor de democratie?, Computerrecht, issue 5, pages 255-262 [PDF].

S Eskens, O van Daalen, and N van Eijk (2016), 10 Standards for Oversight & Transparency of National Intelligence Services, Journal of National Security Law & Policy, volume 8, issue 3, pages 553-594 [PDF].

SJ Eskens (2016), New Notification Obligations and Fines under the Dutch Data Protection Act, European Data Protection Law Review, volume 2, issue 2, pages 224-226 [PDF].

SJ Eskens (2015), Ongerichte interceptie, of het verwerven van bulk-communicatie, en waarom de Grondwet en het EVRM onvoldoende tegenwicht bieden, Computerrecht, issue 3, pages 125-131 [PDF].

Reports

N Helberger, S Eskens, M van Drunen, M Bastian, and J Möller (2020), Implications of AI-driven tools in the media for freedom of expression, Council of Europe [www] (open access).

SJ Eskens, OL van Daalen, and NANM van Eijk (2016), Geheime surveillance en opsporing: Richtsnoeren voor de inrichting van wetgeving, Instituut voor Informatierecht, Universiteit van Amsterdam, [PDF].

S Eskens, J Timmer, L Kool, and R van Est (2016), Beyond control: Exploratory study on the discourse in Silicon Valley about consumer privacy in the Internet of Things, The Hague: Rathenau Instituut [PDF].

SJ Eskens, OL van Daalen, and NANM van Eijk (2015), Ten standards for oversight and transparency of national intelligence services, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam [PDF].

Case notes

SJ Eskens (2016), Annotatie bij EHRM 4 december 2015 (Roman Zakharov/Rusland), Computerrecht, issue 3, pages 178-189 [PDF].

K Irion, SJ Eskens, and M-P Granger (2015), Annotatie bij HvJ EU 8 april 2014 (Digital Rights Ireland), Mediaforum, volume 27, issue 3, pages 112-118 [PDF].

Blogs

FJ Zuiderveen Borgesius, D Trilling, S Eskens, J Möller, B Bodó, CH de Vreese, and N Helberger (2016), De filterbubbel doorgeprikt: het negatieve effect van gepersonaliseerde media valt mee, stukroodvlees.nl, [www].

Master thesis

SJ Eskens (2016), Profiling the European citizen in the Internet of Things: How will the General Data Protection Regulation apply to this form of personal data processing, and how should it?, University of Amsterdam [PDF].