The Israeli Ministry of Justice’s Protection of Privacy Authority announced it is implementing a new enforcement system designed to examine the implementation of the country’s privacy laws, Haaretz reports. The agency will be interviewing 150 different entities over the course of the year. Head of the Privacy Authority Alon Bachar said in a statement the system aims to help organizations that manage large amounts of sensitive data, including customer clubs, health care organizations, and institutions handling information belonging to minors and schools. (Original article is in Hebrew. Registration may be required to access this story.)
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