Cyberlaw Blogospace

August 2019
By: Daniel Ilan and Alexandra K. Theobald[1]. The average human can recognize approximately 5,000 faces;[2] one well-trained computer algorithm can potentially identify millions of people. ...
August 2019
By: Anat Lior. The discussion about Artificial Intelligence and the insurance market is divided into two paths which operate within an influence loop. The first, more popular one, is that of...
July 2019
By: Dana Yaffe and Racheli Edri. Facebook's decisions on content removal affect how we consume and share information, how we perceive our rights to freedom of expression, and the right to...
July 2019
By: Yuval Shany. Active defense in cyberspace may involve operations taking place outside the network boundaries of a potential victim of a harmful cyber operation and intrusion into the...
July 2019
By: Haim Wismonsky בית-המשפט העליון של פייסבוק בחודש נובמבר 2018 הודיעה חברת פייסבוק כי בכוונתה להקים ועדה חיצונית ועצמאית לענייני מדיניות התוכן על גבי הפלטפורמה של החברה. מארק צוקרברג,...
June 2019
By: Adi Libsker-Hazut A. Background Methods and means of warfare have been evolving since the dawn of history. Attempts to develop new weapons or improve existing ones have often led to...
May 2019
By: Omri Rachum-Twaig In March 2016, Microsoft shut down its artificial-intelligence (AI)-based chatbot, Tay, which had been developed to autonomously interact with users via Twitter and...
April 2019
By: Karen Eltis Three Ottawa residents recently launched a Constitutional (“Charter”) challenge against the Mayor’s Twitter block, citing social media as “the primary means for communicating”...
March 2019
By: Dan Efrony In his keynote address at the RSA Conference on Feb. 14, 2017, Microsoft President Brad Smith described his vision for a more peaceful cyberspace. Smith articulated an...
March 2019
By: Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky In a recent judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), the Court ruled that imposing objective liability on a news website company for...