Arnold Roosendaal (PhD, LLM) is a research scientist specialist at TNO with a specific expertise in the field of privacy and identity. Within the department of Strategy and Policy for the Information Society, he works on several national and international research projects. Arnold studied Law & Technology (LLM) at Tilburg University (NL) and obtained a Research Master in Law (LLM MPhil) at Tilburg and Leuven (B) University. In 2013, he defended his PhD on effects on privacy, autonomy, and identity, resulting from being subjected to decisions based on digital representations of individuals.
Arnold has written numerous (inter)national publications and is a well-known speaker and panelist. His current work at TNO focuses on chances for privacy by design in relation to national and international policy and practical implementations within organizations. He is also a member of the PI.lab (Privacy & Identity lab), a collaboration between TNO, Tilburg University, Radboud University and SIDN.