Tag Archive for Netherlands

Hoe de overheid de strijd tegen fraude wél kan winnen (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I interviewed a researcher who analysed multiple fraud cases and categorised five types of frauds, for whom he designed distinct methods for fraud prevention and detection.

Read the full article here.

Hoe de overheid

De Fraudewet maakt burgers tot fraudeurs – maar laat fraudeurs onbestraft (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I interviewed the National ombudsman about a report condemning the so-called Fraud Law, given its devastating financial impact on citizens who are mistakenly seen as frauds. The report and media reporting caused a public outcry and led the responsible minister to changing the law.

Read the full article here.

.Hoe de Fraudewet

Hoe ik door een fout in een database duizenden euro’s misliep (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I wrote a story about how I personally encountered flaws in the governments’ central databases.

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Hoe ik door een fout

 

 

 

 

 

Waarom informatie in strafzaken steeds schimmiger is (De Correspondent)

For De Correspondent I interviewed researcher Sven Brinkhoff, who found that the initial details of a prosecution case (advance information) are not always checked for lawfulness in advance, which leads to the use of unnecessary coercive measures against innocent citizens.

Read the full article here.

Waarom informatie in strafzaken steeds schimmiger is

Dit is er mis met de Nederlandse fraudebestrijding – en zo kan het beter (De Correspondent)

In my article ‘Dit is er mis met de Nederlandse fraudebestrijding (en zo kan het beter)’ for De Correspondent I discuss the results of two projects, which both conclude that the Dutch government is combating fraud ineffectively.

Read the full article here.

Dit is er mis met de Nederlandse fraudebestrijding

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