On July 23, the Justice Department has published a draft bill to amend the Protection of Privacy Law, by changing substantial definitions such as “Data”, “Sensitive Data”, “Database Controller”, “Processing” and “Processor”. The draft bill will reduce considerably the archaic obligation to register databases.
The draft bill is the first of three bills that are aimed at updating the law and adjusting it to the modern era. The additional two bills, which will be introduced within the next few months, will include, inter-alia, enhancement of the Protection of Privacy Authority’s enforcement powers, lawful grounds of processing, and additional data subjects’ rights.
Members of the IDPF forum are invited to an open discussion with the Justice Department representative who took part in drafting the bill.
Please join our discussion with:
Eyal Zandberg, Adv. Director of Public Law in the Legislation and Legal Counsel Department in the Ministry of Justice
Liat Ben Meir, Adv. Department of Constitutional Law Office of Legal Counsel and Legislative Affairs, Ministry of Justice
Nir Gerson, Adv. Deputy Director, Legal Affairs Department, Israeli Privacy Protection Authority.
On August 3, 2020, we held the webinar.
The recording is now available to watch
Please register here or send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org