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Cyber Election Medding In The Grey Zones of International Law
August 24th, 2020

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Can Worldmeter and Wikipedia Replace the Who and Publish COVID-19 Data?

New Clinic's Updates:

A Comment was sent to the memorandum of amendments to the Israeli Data Protection law that was published by the Ministry of Justice. The comments focus on the gaps between the suggested bill and the existing privacy risks in cyberspace, and suggest some manners to bridge those gaps. Read More

A Letter was written to the Minister of Justice in request to amend the existing law so that parties’ names on court decisions won’t be published automatically online under certain circumstances. Read More

On Aug. 2nd, the Israeli Supreme Court held a hearing regarding the legality of the procedure of content removal request the Israeli Attorney General Office send to Internet Intermediaries. The Clinic on Human Rights in Cyberspace on behalf of the Israeli Freedom of Information Movement has filed an Amicus Curiea brief arguing the AGO acts are far from being transparent. Read More

New Podcast
Sunday, July 26th, 2020

New Publications
Optimizing Off-Chain Payment Networks in Cryptocurrencies

Sunday, July 26th, 2020
Malicious Spam Distribution: A Routine Activities Approach
Sunday, July 26th, 2020

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