Paulan Korenhof is finishing her PhD-thesis "The online collective memory and assimilation of personal information: can the right to be forgotten free us?" (spoiler alert: for the main part, the answer is "No"). In this thesis she explores how the socio-technological constitution of online information sources affects the presence and content of our informational persona. Her research is done at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society at the University of Tilburg, at Digital Security at the Radboud University and as part of Privacy & Identity Lab. She loved working in this interdisciplinary environment and enjoyed co-operating with scholars of various disciplines. During her research she has built up a keen and critical interest in the industrialization of "our" online collective memory, and more particularly in the social effects of interface design and the accompanying shift in power and knowledge.
Personal website: https://korenhof.eu/
Escaping the Panopticon Over Time: Balancing the Right To Be Forgotten and Freedom of Expression in a Technological Architecture
Forgetting Bits and Pieces: An Exploration of the 'Right to Be Forgotten' as Implementation of 'Forgetting' in Online Memory Processes
Timing the Right to Be Forgotten: A Study into "Time" as a Factor in Deciding About Retention or Erasure of Data