Practice Areas
Practice Areas

Regulation

As early as the late 1990s, the Internet, Cyber & Copyright Group in Israel began providing advocacy services, representing clients’ position and interests, and at times the general public interest in promoting privacy and the use of technology, throughout governmental and parliamentary deliberations on emerging legislation and regulation.

  • Representing Israeli companies and organizations at the Knesset’s legislative committees in deliberations regarding laws pertaining to technology, such as the Electronic Signature Law and its amendments, the Copyright Law and its amendments, the colloquially-termed Spam Law, the e-Commerce Law (which withdrawn by the government), laws pertaining to COVID-19 surveillance measures and more.
  • Drafting responses on behalf of clients, such as a financial industry organization, a copyright-collective society, and other companies to bills such as the Cyber Defense Bill, amendments to the Privacy Protection Law, the recently published Public Performance Bill and more.
  • Representing client before Israeli regulators, such as the Ministry of Communications, the Ministry of Justice, and the Privacy Protection Authority (PPA).

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