Privacy Advisor

Eyes on Israel

07.01.2010
Israel has been an active player on the world’s privacy stage in recent years, and the momentum is expected to continue. Later this year, the nation’s data protection authority—the Israeli Law, Information, and Technology Authority (ILITA)—will host the 32nd annual International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Jerusalem. The Privacy Advisor spoke with ILITA chief Yoram Hacohen and Omer Tene, associate professor at the College of Management School of Law and head of the conference steering committee, about recent developments and the upcoming international event.

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