The territorial reach of the “right to be forgotten”: think locally, but act globally?
18 August 2014/ By Brendan Van Alsenoy and Marieke Koekkoek
Marieke Koekkoek is a research fellow at the interdisciplinary research center the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven. She holds law degrees from Utrecht University (LL.B), the University of Amsterdam (LL.M in international trade and investment law) and the International Economic Law and Policy program, IELPO, in Barcelona (LL.M). Marieke has written on the topic of extraterritoriality and unilateral trade measures and the influence of public international law principles in trade disputes. In her PhD, she focusses on extraterritoriality and the use of international trade measures promoting environmental objectives. (Homepage: http://ghum.kuleuven.be/ggs/about-us/people/marieke-koekkoek)