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Breaking and remaking law and technology Dizon, Michael

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Citation for published version (APA): Dizon, M. (2016). Breaking and remaking law and technology: A socio-techno-legal study of hacking S.l.: [s.n.]

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BREAKING AND REMAKING LAW AND TECHNOLOGY A Socio-Techno-Legal Study of Hacking

MICHAEL ANTHONY C. DIZON

BREAKING LAW

AND

AND

REMAKING

TECHNOLOGY

A Socio-Techno-Legal Study of Hacking Proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan Tilburg University op gezag van de rector magnificus, prof.dr. E.H.L. Aarts, in het openbaar te verdedigen ten overstaan van een door het col lege voor promoties aangewezen commissie in de aula van de Universiteit op dinsdag 28 juni 2016 om 16.15 uur door

MICHAEL ANTHONY CO DIZON

geboren op 13 juni 1975 te Quezon City,Fili pijnen

Promotores: prof.dr. R.E. Leenes prof.dr. E.J. Koops Overige leden van de Promotiecommissie: prof.dr. P.J.A. de Hert prof.dr. N. Helberger prof.dr. B.P.F. Jacobs prof.dr. T. Swierstra

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Researching and writing this book would not have been possible without the help of the following persons, groups and institutions. I would like to extend my gratitude to them for their contribution and assistance in making this book: my supervisors, Professor Ronald Leenes and Professor Bert-Jaap Koops, for their guidance and feedback throughout the entire process; Tilburg University for granting me the opportunity to conduct this research as a PhD candidate; the faculty and staff of Tilburg Law School for their help and advice on academic and administrative matters; my colleagues at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) for their camaraderie and useful comments on my research, particularly Dr Maurice Schellekens, Dr Bryce Newell and Dr Tjerk Timan for their detailed notes on specific chapters; the administrators and staff of the International Institute for the Sociology of Law for the grant to conduct research at their excellent library and documentation center; the organizers and students of Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Modern Culture (WTMC) Summer School 2014 for an informative week learning about science and technology studies; the faculty, staff and students of the Oxford Internet Institute’s Summer Doctoral Programme 2015 for sharing their research and expertise with me; Val Datu and VJ Graphic Arts for the design and layout, and my family and friends for their encouragement and support. I would especially like to express my appreciation to the members of the Dutch hacker community for their openness and generosity in agreeing to interviews, chatting with me, listening and reacting to presentations about my research at hacker conferences, and allowing me to observe and participate at various hackerspaces and hacker events. I hope that I was able to capture the essence of hacker culture as much as possible and to see the world through