The Hebrew University of Jerusalem | February 2018

HUJI Cyberlaw Newsletter Editorial #4


By: Yuval Shany


Welcome to the fourth newsletter of the HUJI CyberLaw Program.

The last two months have been particularly hectic for our Program. During this short period we organized or co-organized no fewer than five conferences and workshops, while at the same time hosting 10 other public lectures and seminars. These events serve a dual purpose from our perspective: they nurture and facilitate public discussion in Israeli academia and beyond on the role of law and law enforcement in cyber security, and on protection of basic rights and public interests in cyberspace; and they allow us to present our research work to broad professional circles, obtain feedback from local and international experts, and develop professional ties with other researchers working on similar projects.

Efrat Daskal
Digital Rights Advocates: Dilemmas and Challenges of Working with the Public
Interview with Amit Sheniak



News //

New Advisory Board for the Cyber Security Research Center!

Conferences //

Conferences //

Video Records from "Cyber Challenges to International Human Rights": Day 1 / Day 2


1.3 / Upcoming Workshop

Surveillance Activities Conducted by State Intelligence Agencies

6.3 / Upcoming Conference

Cyber Law: The Regulation Chapter – The Current Situation

7.3 / Cyberlaw Program Workshop

Regulatory Intermediaries in the European Privacy Regime: How, Why and to What Effect? / Rotem Medzini
Add New Links Bark Vs. Bite: Differentiating between non-violent and violent radicals on social media
Michael Wolfowicz
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Approaches to International Cyberlaw: A View from Israel
Prof. Matthew Waxman & Prof. Yuval Shany
Read Blog
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