Former staff
Margreet M. Groenenboom
 


Curriculum Vitae

Margreet Groenenboom studied Dutch Law at the Catholic University, Nijmegen (now Radboud University) and graduated in 1999. Afterwards, she worked at the Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands and for three months at the Ministry of Justice in Australia. She conducted research in the areas of Intellectual Property Law and Criminal Law in combination with cybercrime. Until the end of 2004, she was affiliated with the Technical University Eindhoven as a teacher of Intellectual Property Law.

At IViR she was working on the INDICARE project (Informed Dialogue about Consumer Acceptability of Rights Management Solutions in Europe), a project co-funded by the European Commission. The objective of INDICARE is to address issues regarding consumer acceptability of digital rights management solutions; identify obstacles and suggest solutions. INDICARE is formed by an international, interdisciplinary consortium of research institutions in the Netherlands (IViR), Germany and Hungary. She also works as a professional support lawyer for the law firm NautaDutilh. 


Publications

Commission Recommendation on cross border licensing: Last train boarding now!, INDICARE Monitor, vol. 2, no. 9, 25 November 2005.

08.12.2005


Improving cross border licensing practices for online music stores. The European Commission's view, INDICARE Monitor, vol. 2, no. 7, 20 September 2005.

08.12.2005


Protecting the entertainment industry against commercial piracy, INDICARE-interview with T. Kuik, INDICARE Monitor, vol. 2, no. 6, 26 August 2005.

08.12.2005


(with N. Helberger (ed.), N. Dufft,  K. Kerényi, C. Orwat and U. Riehm) Digital Rights Management and Consumer Acceptability: A Multi-Disciplinary Discussion of Consumer Concerns and Expectations, State of the Art Report - First Supplement, May 2005.

21.06.2005


Comparing the EUCD implementation of various Member States. A review, INDICARE Monitor, vol. 2, no. 1, 25 March 2005.

21.06.2005


Updated 03.07.2012