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Name: Dalit Ken-Dror Feldman

Position: Lecturer 

Department: Law School

Email: dalit.ke@zefat.ac.il
Areas of Interest: Law, Technology and Cyber; Legal Ethics

Biographical Info:

Dalit Ken-Dror Feldman holds LL.B. (Summa Cum Laude) and  B.Sc., Computer Science (Magna Cum Laude) Haifa University (2001); LL.M .in Commercial Law (Magna Cum Laude), Tel-Aviv University (2008); Ph.D. in Law, Haifa University (2018). Her research interests focus on Law & Technology and Legal Ethics, including Regulation of Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism, Intellectual Property and Open Access, Software Law and Information Law.  

Research

Law & Technology and Legal Ethics, including Regulation of Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism, Intellectual Property and Open Access, Software Law and Information Law

Teaching:

  • Drafting Legal Documents
  • Internet Law
  • Advanced Technology in the Service of Man
  • Intellectual Property
  • Advanced Topics in Law and Technology


Awards

2008-2011

PhD Scholarship Haifa University.

2007/08

Wolf scholarship for second degree students.

2004

Military Advocate General's excellence.

2001

Honor certificate from the Knesset for excellence in academic studies.

2001

Aladdin prize for outstanding papers in law and technology.

2000

Excellent student – faculty of law.

2000

Scholarship in the memory of Adv. Joseph Samuel – The Israeli Bar.

1999, 2000

Excellence scholarship in computer science in the memory of Captain Uri Michael Akavia.

1998, 1999 & 2000

Dean's excellence – faculty of law (in 1999 an excellence scholarship – Meyerhof fund).

 

Publications:

In academic journals with peer review

    • "Open Access" (The MOFET Institute, article in a book following the conference "To Whom this Work Belongs? Ethics and Panic in the Information Era", forthcoming 2019) [in Hebrew].
    • "Permitted Uses of Protected Works and the Use of Public Domain Works in the Education System" 13 Gadish 198 (2012) available at: http://cms.education.gov.il/EducationCMS/Units/AdultEducation/PirsumeiAgaf/Gadish/gadish_13.htm [in Hebrew].
    • "To Send or Not to Send an Email from Work – That is the Question: Email and the Issue of Eavesdropping" 5(1) Law Watch 20 (2009), available at: http://law.haifa.ac.il/lawatch/lawatch_files/gilionE/N2.pdf [in Hebrew].

 

Other publications

  • "Facilitating Access to Knowledge by Asserting Users' Rights: An Israeli Case Study" (co-writer with Meital Duvdevani) COMMUNIA – 3rd Free Culture Research Conference, Berlin Germany, October 2010 available at:
    http://wikis.fu-berlin.de/download/attachments/59080767/Duvdevani-KenDror-Paper.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1286110910000 

 

  • "The Research and Development Act 1984 – Is the Current Situation Desirable" Aladdin Prize, Series Publication of the Haifa Center for Law & Technology  (2001) [in Hebrew] available at: http://law.haifa.ac.il/speech/works/sem-dalit.pdf

 

The Clinic for Law, Technology and Cyber Publications (Can be found at the Clinic website) [in Hebrew]: 

 

  1. Cyber-Bullying – A Comparative Research (October 2015).

  2. Legal positions (September 2015) on the following subjects:
    1. The ability to prohibit taking photos at events.
    2. Giving credit to the author in photos - when and how.
    3. Changing an architectural work.
    4. Changing logo
    5. Copyright protection on the tables and graphs - is there any?
    6. Liability for indirect infringement or contributing infringement by giving links to a website of a funded project
    7. Is there copyright in a folk music?

 

  1. Position papers on several issues:
    1. The Clinic's position paper (co-writers) "The Necessity to Determine Attorney General Guidelines Regarding the Rules for Handling (Deleting, Hiding & Removing Responses, Blocking) Users on Public Figures Web-pages (October, 2018). 
    2. The Clinic's Response to the Memorandum of the Law on The Cyber Security and the National Cyber Authority, 2018 (July, 2018).
    3. The Clinic's Response to the Memorandum of the Law on Criminalization of Flight Regulations for the Radio-Controlled Vehicle (Amendment), 2018 (July, 2018).
    4. The Clinic's Response to the Bill – Copyright Law (Amendment no. 5), 2017 (February 2018).
    5. The Clinic's Response to the Bill - Removal of Publication of Incitement published in the Online Social Network, 2016 and the Bill on remove content whose publication constitutes an offense from the Internet, 2016 (November 2017).
    6. The Clinic's Response to the Bill - Communications Law (Telecommunications and Broadcasts) (Amendment - Obligation to Filter Offensive Sites), 2016 and the Bill - Communications Law (Telecommunications and Broadcasts) (Amendment - Site filtering Gambling and content that displays obscene words on the Internet), 2016 (November 2017).
    7. The Clinic's Response to the Bill - Restricting Access to a Website for the Prevention of Offenses, 2017 (February 2017).
    8. The Clinic's Response to the Bill - Restricting Access to a Website for the Prevention of Offenses, 2017 (February 2017).
    9. Several responses to the Bill - Extending the Period of Copyright of Records and of Performers Rights (legislative amendments), 2013, 2015 (July 2014-Junuary 2017). 
    10. The Clinic's Response to the Memorandum of the Law on the Inclusion of Biometric Means of Identification and Biometric Identification Data in Identity Documents and Databases (Amendment No. ...), 2016 (December 2016).
    11. The Clinic's Response to the Memorandum of Copyright Law (Amendment No. ...), 2016 (December 2016).
    12. A position paper on the issue of formulating measures to protect the public and public service officials against harmful activity and publications as well as cyberbullying. The position paper was submitted to the public committee headed by the Honorable Supreme Court Justice (retired) Edna Arbel (October 2015).
    13. The Clinic's Response to the Bill on Restrictive Use of a Place to Prevent Offenses (Amendment No. 2), 2014 (November 2014).
    14. The Clinic's response to the memorandum on the Copyright (Amendment No. …) Technological Protective Measures and Electronic Information Concerning Copyright Privileges, 2012 (November 2012).
    15. The Clinic's response to calls for position papers of the Israeli Patent Office on the Patentability of Software (February 2010).

 

Presentations:

Name of Conference 

Place & Date

Subject of Lecture/Discussion/Comments

The Prime Minister's Israeli Innovation Summit 2018 

Tel Aviv Convention Center, October 2018

Cyber, Security and Society – Future Challenges 

Annual Intellectual Property Workshop

Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), October 2018

Blocking and Removal of Allegedly Infringing Copyright Content  

 

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles 

Haifa University Forum 

University of Haifa, 

June 2018

Organizer

​​​Meeting of the Access to Knowledge in Higher Education Forum

College of Management Academic Studies, School of Law, February 2018

Co-Organizer

Open Science MeetUp

Israel Innovation Authority – ISERD, Airport City, February 2018

Open Science - Open Access and Open Data – (Legal) Barriers and Suggested Solutions

 

Educational

Copyright Conference

Tel-Aviv University, December 2017

Open Access Publishing

Open Access Day -
New Trends in Open Access Publishing

Technion Haifa December 2017 

Open Access Publishing

Annual Intellectual Property Workshop

Haifa University October 2017

Blocking and Removal of Allegedly Infringing Copyright Content  

 

4th Cyber, Privacy and Technology Workshop

Tel-Aviv University, April 2017

Cyberbullying and Privacy - A comparative study

 

To Whom this Work Belongs? Ethics and Panic in the Information Era 

The MOFET Institute, Tel-Aviv Israel, March 2017

Roundtable – Copyright  to Research Outcomes

From Open Data to Social Change", Wikimedia Israel and the Public Knowledge Workshop (“Hasadna”),

Google Campus, Tel-Aviv Israel, November 2015

"Why Not ©? – Between Copyright and Sharing Data in the Digital Era"

Annual Intellectual Property Workshop

College of Management – Academic Studies, October 2014

"Open Access to Research Outcomes"

MELI Ex Libris Users Group – Israel Conference about Loans and Interlibrary Loans

Tel-Aviv Israel, May 2013

"Copyright, Creative Commons and Open Content"

Computer, High-Tech and Information Committee of the Tel-Aviv District Israeli Bar

Tel-Aviv Israel, May 2013

Participant in the Panel: "Technology and Law – Difficulties in Applying the Law on Technological Progress",

Teldan Conference Info 2013

Tel-Aviv Israel, May 2013

"Practical Uses of Creative Commons Licenses"

2012 EVA/Minerva Jerusalem International Conference on Digitisation of Culture

Jerusalem Israel, November 2012

"Openness, Law and Creative Commons Tools"

Wikipedia Academy 

Freie Universität Berlin Germany, June/July 2012

"Gold & Green Models - an Open Access Solution?"

Teldan Conference Info 2012

Tel-Aviv Israel, May 2012

"Open Access, Digitization and Libraries"

Multi-Yeda 2011, The Israeli Center for Libraries

Kfar Maccabiah Israel, March 2011

"Open Education: Fair Use Best Practices for Higher Education Institutions – Course Packs & Digital Syllabus"

Wikimania 2011

Haifa Israel, August 2011

Chair of the Panel: "Wikipedia, the Law and the Real World"

Round Table – Ethics and Education, Participant

The Jerusalem Center for Ethics Mishkenot Sha’ananim Israel, February 2011

Round Table – Ethics and Education, Participant

COMMUNIA – 3rd Free Culture Research Conference,

Berlin Germany, October 2010

"Facilitating Access to Knowledge by Asserting Users' Rights: An Israeli Case Study" – Joint Lecture

MELI Ex Libris Users Group – Israel Conference about Loans and Interlibrary Loans

Ben-Gurion Uni., July 2010

"The Rules That Apply Libraries in Light of the New Copyright Act – With Aphesis on Loan Issues"

COMMUNIA

University and Cyberspace, Turin Italy, June 2010

“Fair Use Best Practices for Higher Education Institutions- The Israeli Experience"

7th Meital Conference,

Israel, October 2009

Poster: "Open Education Project – Creative Commons Licenses as an Open Access Platform"

Wikipedia-Academy Conference

Israel, May 2009

"Public Domain, Open Content and Copyright"

WIPO Worldwide Academy Joint Post-Graduate IP Workshop Program

University of Haifa Israel, March 2008

"Does the Free Software Foundation Suggest a Proper Substitute for the Property Regime of Software?"

eBooks: A New Era of Law, Business and Society Conference

The Haifa Center for Law & Technology (HCLT), The Sagy Center for Internet Research, University of Haifa in collaboration with The National Library of Israel, May 2011

Academic Co-Organizer

Public Domain Day

Israel, Law Faculty, University of Haifa, 2011-today (annual conference)

Academic Organizer

The Creative Commons 10 years celebrations in Israel

Law Faculty, University of Haifa, December 2012

Academic Organizer

 

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