Peer reviewed Journals

  • The ‘rule of law’ implications of data-driven decision-making: A techno-regulatory perspective
    Bayamlioglu, E. & Leenes, R., 5 Dec 2018, In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 10, 2, p. 295-313
  • Ronald Leenes & Federica Lucivero, Laws on Robots, Laws by Robots, Laws in Robots: Regulating Robot Behaviour by Design, in Law, Innovation, and Technology, (2014) 6(2) LIT 194–222, DOI:
  • Koops, E.J., Leenes, R.E., & Hoepman, J.H. (2013). Open-source intelligence and privacy by design. Computer Law and Security Review29(6), 676-688,
  • Koops, B.-J., & Leenes, R. Privacy regulation cannot be hardcoded. A critical comment on the ‘privacy by design’ provision in data-protection law. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 1-13.
  • Ronald Leenes (2011). Framing Techno-Regulation: An Exploration of State and Non-State Regulation by Technology, Legisprudence, V5N2, pp. 143-169, SSRN pre-print
  • Ronald Leenes, Who controls the cloud?, IDP. INTERNET, LAW AND POLITICS E-JOURNAL, vol 2011, nr. 11, pp 1-10, 2011.
  • Ronald Leenes, ¿Quién controla la nube?, IDP. REVISTA DE INTERNET, DERECHO Y POLITICA, vol 2011, nr. 11, pp 1-10, 2011.
  • Bibi van den Berg, Ronald Leenes, Masking in Social Network Sites – Translating a Real-World Social Practice to the Online Domain, in: it – Information Technology, vol 53 (1), 2011, pp 26-33.
  • Ardagna, Claudio A., Jan Camenisch, Markulf Kohlweiss, Ronald Leenes, Gregory Neven, Bart Priem, Pierangela Samarati, Dieter Sommer and Mario Verdicchio (2010) Exploiting cryptography for privacy-enhanced access control: A result of the PRIME Project, Journal of Computer Security, 18, 1, 123-60,
  • Laura Klaming, Jelle van Veenen, Ronald Leenes, I want the opposite of What You Want: Reducing Fixed-Pie Perceptions in Online Negotiations, Journal of Dispute Resolution, Vol. 2009, no. 1, pp. 139-162.
  • Koops, B.-J., Leenes, R., Meints, M., van der Meulen, N., & Jacquet-Chiffelle, D.-O. (2008). A Typology of Identity-related Crime: Conceptual, Technical, and Legal Issues. Information Communication & Society, 13(1), 1-24.
  • Leenes, R. (2008). Do they know me? – Deconstructing identifiability. University of Ottawa Law & Technology Journal, 4: 1&2, pp. 135-161.
  • Leenes, R. (2008). Protecting identity online: law and technology? – User-centric Identity Management as an indispensable tool for privacy protection. Int. J. Intellectual Property Management, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2008, pp. 345-371.
  • Bert-Jaap Koops & Ronald Leenes (2006), ‘”Code” and the Slow Erosion of Privacy’, Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 12:1, p. 115-188
  • R. Leenes en C. Prins (2006), Techniek als alternatief reguleringsinstrument, implicaties voor privaatrechtelijke verhoudingen. In: B. Dorbeck-Jung & M. Oude Vrielink-van Heffen (red), Op weg naar bruikbare regulering? Themanummer Recht der Werkelijkheid, p. 117-134.
  • B.-J. Koops, R. Leenes, Identity Theft, Identity Fraud and/or Identity-related Crime, in Datenschutz und Datensicherheit 9/2006, pp. 553 – 556.
  • Leenes, R.E., & Koops, B.J. (2005). ‘Code’: Privacy’s Death or Saviour? International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 329-340.
  • Leenes, R.E., Andersson, C., Camenisch, J., Crane, S., Fischer-Huebner, S., Pearsson, S., Sommer, D., & Petterson, J.S. (2005). Trust in Prime, Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and IT. Athene: Prime.
  • Leenes, R.E. (2004). Local e-Government in the Netherlands: From Ambitious Policy Goals to Harsh Reality. ITA manu:script, 04(04), 1-23.
  • Leenes, R.E. & Svensson, J.S. E-voting in Europe: diverging democratic practice. In: Information Polity, 8, pp. 3-15, 2003.
  • Leenes, R.E., and Tauritz, L.A. 2002. Klantgerichte dienstverlening in Enschede. Over ICT en de modernisering van dienstverlening. Bestuurskunde. 11(december 2002, nummer 8): pp. 338-346, 2002.
  • Ronald Leenes, De moeizame weg naar elektronische dienstverlening, in: Openbaar Bestuur, jaargang 11, nr 6/7, pp: 12-15, 2001.
  • Ronald Leenes and Jorgen Svensson, Supporting the legal practitioner:  LKBS or Web?, in: Law, Computers and Artificial Intelligence, volume 6, no. 3, pp. 217-228, 1997.
  • Ronald Leenes, Arno Lodder and Jaap Hage, A dialog game for legal arguments, in: Law, Computers and Artificial Intelligence, volume 3 nr 2/3, pp. 211-226, 1994.
  • Jaap C. Hage, Ronald Leenes and Arno R. Lodder, Hard cases: a procedural approach, in: Artificial Intelligence and Law, 2: 113-167, 1994.
  • Ronald Leenes, Dialogical reason based logic for modelling legal reasoning, in: Law, Computers and Artificial Intelligence, Vol 2, nr. 2, 1993.

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