Virtual Book Launch - July 2022

The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict

July 6th, 2022 | 12:00 (Israel time) 11:00 (CET)

Please join us for a joint hybrid book launch together with The Federmann Cyber Security Research Center at the Hebrew University, on a very timely publication: "The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict" edited by Russell Buchan and Asaf Lubin.

The event will take place both in-person at the Hebrew University - Faculty of Law room 119, at Mount-Scopus, and live streamed on ALMA's Facebook page.

Program (Local Israel time):

12:00 - Greetings, Ido Rosenzweig on behalf of ALMA.

12:05 - Opening remarks - Asaf Lubin and Russel Buchan (Zoom).

12:15 - Yaël Ronen - The “Right to be Forgotten” and International Crimes.

12:35 - Yuval Shany and Tal Mimran - Integrating Privacy Concerns in the Development and Introduction of New Military or Dual-Use Technologies.

12:55 - Deb Housen-Couriel - Managing Data Privacy Rights in Multilateral Coalition Operations’ Information Sharing Platforms: A “Legal Inter operability” Approach.

13:15 - Break.

13:30 - Asaf Lubin (Zoom) - Data Protection as an International Legal Obligation for International Organizations: The ICRC as a Case Study

13:50 - Eliza Watt (Zoom) - The Principle of Constant Care, Prolonged Drone Surveillance and the Right to Privacy of Non-Combatants in Armed Conflicts.

14:10 - Amir Cahane - The Right Not to Forget: Cloud-Based Service Moratoriums in War Zones and Data Portability Rights.

14:30 - Leah West (Zoom) - Face Value: Precaution versus Privacy in Armed Conflict

14:50 - Concluding remarks - Asaf Lubin and Russel Buchen (Zoom).