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|mailing=Creative Commons Israel Haifa Center of Law and Technology University of Haifa - Law Faculty Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel
|Haifa Center of Law and Technology
|University of Haifa - Law Faculty
|Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel
|Phone: +972-4-828-8569
Phone: +972-4-828-8569
|Fax: +972-4-828-8744
Fax: +972-4-828-8744
|affiliated=The Haifa Center of Law & Technology (HCLT)
|affiliated=The Haifa Center of Law & Technology (HCLT)

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Visit the jurisdiction's website. The Creative Commons Israel license suite is available in the following version. License your work under these licenses, or choose the international licenses. More info.

Many thanks to all who contributed to the localization of the license suite.

Creative Commons is working with The Haifa Center of Law & Technology (HCLT) to create Israel jurisdiction-specific licenses from the generic Creative Commons licenses.

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Project Lead: Dalit Ken-Dror Feldman and Rotem Medzini

More about The Haifa Center of Law & Technology (HCLT)

The Haifa Center of Law & Technology (HCLT) is a research center based at the Faculty of Law, University of Haifa, Israel. The HCLT promotes research in fields of Law & Technology, Intellectual Property, Information Law and related areas. The HCLT’s activities date back to 1999, and in 2003 it was approved as a University Center by the Haifa University authorities. HCLT conducts workshops and conferences, awards fellowships and holds writing competitions for students. HCLT cooperates with several leading institutions in Israel and elsewhere, including George Washington University Law School, WIPO, The Center of the Study of the Information Society and other institutions.


CC Israel would like to acknowledge the contributions of former Project Leads Ohad Mayblum for bringing Creative Commons to Israel, Elad Wieder, Lital Leichtag, Netanel (Nati) Davidi, Meital Duvdevani and Zohar Idelson for helping us establish the project in Israel.