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Privacy Protection In Outsourcing Services
The Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA), the authority in charge of enforcing privacy laws in Israel, has recently published guidelines on the use of outsourcing services for the purpose of managing and processing private information.
Israel
2 May 2012
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Monitoring Employees Email Severely Restricted
In a 91 pages opinion, the National Labor Court laid down a clear set of rules on employers right to monitor their employees email messages.
Israel
9 May 2011
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New Israeli "Spam" Law May Have Impact Far Beyond Israel´s Borders
A broad new law in Israel regulating commercial solicitations, including by email, went into effect on December 1, 2008. The law, Amendment 40 to the Communications Law, regulates the practice of sending commercial marketing materials to recipients without their consent by way of email, fax, automatic phone dialing systems or short messaging technologies (SMS, MMS).
Israel
6 Jan 2009
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Ha’aretz: The Health Ministry Is Violating The Priority Rights Of Pharmaceutical Companies
The following is an article expressing the necessity in enacting Data Exclusivity Provisions in Israel. The Article is an interview with Adv. David Gilat and Adv. Eran Bareket published in Ha’aretz daily newspaper on December 21, 2003.
Israel
18 Aug 2004
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