Cyberlaw Blogospace

June 2020
By: Karen Eltis  -Facebook and other platforms insisted that they didn’t want to be “arbiters of truth.” The coronavirus changed their mind overnight » -Evelyn Douek [1] The Internet has...
June 2020
נכתב על ידי: חיים ויסמונסקי כללי "ממשלת ישראל עתידה להשתיל בכפיה חיישן תחת עורם של אזרחי המדינה";[1] "ביל גייטס אחראי על הפצת נגיף הקורונה בעולם";[2] "משטרת-ישראל עתידה לנקוט במבצע...
May 2020
By: Tomer Shadmy In recent years, private actors and national authorities have channeled increasing budgets and attention to Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies as tools for managing...
April 2020
By: Dana Yaffe. The significant influence of social networks in the conduct of public discourse in the world has direct ramifications in terms of the scope of legal protection...
March 2020
By: Amir Cahane למאמר בעברית לחצו כאן   Prior to the announcement by Prime Minister Netanyahu that “digital means employed in the war on terror” will be used in the struggle...
March 2020
By: Saar Tochner    Posted previously at Medium In our new paper, we uncovered a new denial-of-service (DoS) attack that could sabotage payments on the Lightning Network. This method exploits...
February 2020
By: Ayelet Mizrachi and Aviv Zohar Posted previously at Medium In a new paper we discuss a fundamental vulnerability that arises in payment channel networks as part of the construction of...
February 2020
By: Michael Wolfowicz “You are living in an echo chamber my friend! You know not everyone thinks like you do, right?” The term “echo chamber” has recently become part of our daily lexicon, although...
December 2019
By: Amir Cahane On May 28, 2019, the UN special rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression released an advance version of his upcoming...
November 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...