Privacy Laws

8 stories about Privacy Laws
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The rise of information brokers: Unveiling the underbelly of data accessibility

23.08.23|Viki Auslender
Uncovering how information brokers facilitate easy access to segmented data in Israel
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Unlike Europe, Indian privacy law is skewed in favor of Google & Amazon

21.08.23|Viki Auslender
The new Indian law for the protection of digital personal data prioritizes the interests of the government and private companies over the protection of surfers
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“A company that realizes that it’s causing harm to its users must course-correct”

Rabea Zioud, CEO of Hasoub, a group that connects the Arab population with the high tech industry, was speaking during a panel on Calcalist and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom’s Values & Innovation Conference
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“We’ve never shared information with China,” says general manager of TikTok-Israel

12.12.20|Omer Kabir
Assaf Sagy addresses the criticism over the Chinese social media TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, and its alleged involvement in data gathering
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Head of the Privacy Protection Authority: Israeli Security Agency’s Activities harm our privacy

15.10.20|Amir Kurtz
Dr. Shlomit Wagman-Ratner, Head of the Anti-Money Laundering Authority and acting-head of the Privacy Protection Authority says that cybercrimes have almost doubled since the outbreak of the coronavirus
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On Anniversary of GDPR Enactment, Israel’s Privacy Laws Still Far Behind

25.05.20|Adi Pick
Israel’s privacy laws are embarrassingly outdated and Covid-19 is putting them to the test
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Israel's Privacy Laws Dawdling Will Be Catastrophic, Says Law Researcher

18.07.19|Omer Kabir
A recent $5 billion fine imposed on Facebook called attention to the privacy compliance—or lack thereof—of tech multinationals. When it comes to privacy, Israel remains far behind the rest of the tech world, and some tech executives are worried