Numerous countries and organizations now acknowledge the potential threat that technology companies pose to individual rights, including the USA, the EU, and the UN. Dozens of reports and recommendations have been published on maintaining individual rights in relation .
Numerous countries and organizations now acknowledge the potential threat that technology companies pose to individual rights, including the USA, the EU, and the UN. Dozens of reports.
Technology companies must establish a policy that explicitly respects human rights.
Technology companies must perform due diligence to identify, prevent and minimize abuse of human rights, and explain their means for protecting human rights.
Proportionality and Human Rights
The UN's implementation recommendations state that companies should implement independent self-audit mechanisms to examine the subject of human rights.
Technology companies must introduce procedures that facilitate remedies for the abuse of human rights that may occur because of their operations.
THE CYBERIGHTECH TEAM
Mr. Elie Mersel,
Former Director-General of the State Comptroller's Office. For seven years, Elie spearheaded the creation of the strategic plans of the State Comptroller's Office and the Israel's Ombudsman, as well as the execution of review-based plans for all government ministries, municipalities, local authorities, security forces, government companies.
Dr. Matan Gutman,
Matan is a Doctor of Law, certified in Public Law by the Harvard Law School. He is a Constitutional and Human Rights Law expert, an adjunct professor at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC), and an academic administrator at the IDC Global Executive Training Center.
MEMBERS OF THE INDEPENDENT CYBERIGHTECH ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Retired Supreme Court
Justice Salim Joubran
Former Deputy to the Supreme court Chief Justice
Yosef Chaim Shapira
Former state Comptroller and Ombudsman of Israel
Prof. Shmuel Hauser
Former head of the Israel Securities Authority