Cyberlaw Blogospace

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...
March 2019
By: Drew Stone. Note: This article leads up to the design and WIP implementation of an anonymous voting protocol on Ethereum with zero-knowledge proofs for preserving anonymity. The history...
February 2019
By: Anat Eisenstein Bar-On. At the beginning of January 2019, just three months before the upcoming Israeli parliamentary elections, the Director of the ISA (Israel Security Agency – “Shin Bet...
February 2019
By: Haim Wismonsky. In 2019, around one hundred election campaigns are due to take place around the world, one of which is the election for the 21st Knesset, which is scheduled for 9 April...
January 2019
By: Asaf Lubin. Recent years have seen a significant number of cases (U.S. v. Microsoft, Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions, CNIL v. Google Inc., Richter v. Google Inc., Die Grünen v....
January 2019
By: Thibault Moulin. In 2017, the discussions regarding the application of international law in cyberspace were brought to a standstill. For the first time in the framework of the United...
December 2018
By: Amit Sheniak. The multilateral effort to formulate a discourse of voluntary norms for cyber-conflicts is gaining steam in the last couple of years fueled by justified fears from the risks...
November 2018
By: Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky. A recent report on the right to privacy in the digital age published by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights warns that the exercise of human...
October 2018
By: Amir Cahane. מעקב מקוון בישראל – לא להמתין לסנודן המקומי שעה שהערכאות האירופיות דנות בהתאמה הראויה של דיני המעקב המקוון להתפתחויות הטכנולוגיה, תוך איזון ראוי בין צרכי הביטחון...
October 2018
By: Gadi Perl. I’d like to discuss the unique difficulties trying to regulate autonomous cars. Autonomous cars (more exactly Self Driving Vehicles, SDVs) are a technological advancement with...