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Regulation / Privacy Law

In today’s digital economy, holding information has become a powerful asset, but also creates duties and obligations.

As an innovative law firm, with expertise in the online and mobile environments, we understand the industry’s needs and challenges.

Our firm specializes in analyzing and resolving the complex legal issues relating to privacy, with a focus on the online and mobile environment.

 

Barnea & Co. provides its clients with legal guidance as to the manner that they should structure their businesses and activities in light of the constant expansion of the concept of privacy and the protection provided to it. We place special emphasis on privacy matters in the online and mobile cross border environment, as such matters are an inherent part of the issues facing businesses in current times.

 

Barnea & Co.’s expertise in this sphere includes issues such as obtaining, handling, using and transferring private information and sensitive private information, registration of databases including such information, SPAM, cross border transfer of information etc.

 

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News and updates - Regulation / Privacy Law:


October 10, 2017

Ministry of Economics and Industry Seeks to Impose Restrictions on Telemarketing

The Ministry of Economics and Industry recently published a draft bill for an amendment to the Consumer Protection Law. This draft bill proposes placing restrictions on telemarketing.

September 25, 2017

Privacy and Cookies – the New Balance Introduced by Apple

Apple is set to introduce a new feature in the Safari browser that will significantly reduce advertisers' ability to collect and use personal data. The new feature, called Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP), imposes a 24-hour time limit on third party tracking cookies and a 30-day time limit on first party cookies.

September 24, 2017

Registration for an Application Is Tantamount to a Binding Contract

The New York Circuit Court of Appeals ruled recently that when a new user confirms the “terms of service” and “privacy policy” on an application’s registration screen, even without perusing the legal documents provided through these links, such approval suffices to raise the user’s legal engagement with the company to the standing of a binding contract.

Regulation / Privacy Law

In today’s digital economy, holding information has become a powerful asset, but also creates duties and obligations.

As an innovative law firm, with expertise in the online and mobile environments, we understand the industry’s needs and challenges.

Our firm specializes in analyzing and resolving the complex legal issues relating to privacy, with a focus on the online and mobile environment.

 

Barnea & Co. provides its clients with legal guidance as to the manner that they should structure their businesses and activities in light of the constant expansion of the concept of privacy and the protection provided to it. We place special emphasis on privacy matters in the online and mobile cross border environment, as such matters are an inherent part of the issues facing businesses in current times.

 

Barnea & Co.’s expertise in this sphere includes issues such as obtaining, handling, using and transferring private information and sensitive private information, registration of databases including such information, SPAM, cross border transfer of information etc.

 

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News and updates - Regulation:


October 10, 2017

Ministry of Economics and Industry Seeks to Impose Restrictions on Telemarketing

The Ministry of Economics and Industry recently published a draft bill for an amendment to the Consumer Protection Law. This draft bill proposes placing restrictions on telemarketing.

September 25, 2017

Privacy and Cookies – the New Balance Introduced by Apple

Apple is set to introduce a new feature in the Safari browser that will significantly reduce advertisers' ability to collect and use personal data. The new feature, called Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP), imposes a 24-hour time limit on third party tracking cookies and a 30-day time limit on first party cookies.

September 24, 2017

Registration for an Application Is Tantamount to a Binding Contract

The New York Circuit Court of Appeals ruled recently that when a new user confirms the “terms of service” and “privacy policy” on an application’s registration screen, even without perusing the legal documents provided through these links, such approval suffices to raise the user’s legal engagement with the company to the standing of a binding contract.

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