is an associate in the internet, cyber & copyright group at Pearl Cohen’s Tel Aviv office. Ariel’s practices include internet and cyber law and privacy and data protection. She counsels client on user agreements, digital (electronic) signatures, copyright issues, open-source matters and other aspects of the law relating to computers, the internet and information technology. Ariel completed her academic degrees (LLB and BA) at the Inter Disciplinary Center, later working as legal counsel and project manager at the Money Laundering Prohibition Authority of Israel.
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