Jonathan Klinger is an Israeli Cyberlaw attorney and blogger; acting as a legal consultant for several high-tech companies and start-ups. Legal counsel for Hamakor, Israel's Open Source Society, Eshnav, people for Intelligent Internet Use, Israel's Digital Right Movement, and others. Jonathan teaches computer game development law at Beit Berl College and also writes in his personal blog, Black Labor, Cold Fusion for dummies and other places all over the web.
Fair Use In Israel (2010), Nimrod Kozlovski, Jonathan Klinger, Nati Davidi and Uria Yarkoni.
Providing Consumer International Legal Research about Israel's fair use market, including comprehensive review of all published caselaws, interviews with market players and a survey.
P2P Bandwidth Throttling in Israel, Legal and Technological Aspects, http://2jk.org/english/?p=153
A 6-month research about P2P traffic shaping, DPI and web-caching. During the first of its kind research in Israel, we found out that 2 out of the 3 major ISPs interfere with P2P traffic.
Privacy of Children In Israeli Websites (Hebrew, for Eshnav), http://2jk.org/praxis/?p=2491
We researched how Israeli websites retain private information of children under 13, and researched how their privacy policies represent the parents' consent. We found out that 60% of Israeli websites targeted for children retain information without parental consent.
Speech Norm in the Israeli Blogosphere (Hebrew), http://2jk.org/praxis/?p=1001
I researched how Israeli bloggers interact and link, and how social norms determine freedom of speech in Israeli Blogs.
Online Dispute Resolution and the Israeli Legal System: Looking for Mechanical Justice, http://2jk.org/english/?p=139,
I suggested a model for Online Dispute Resolution which will replace arbitration and create a cheap, quick and efficient mean of justice for small claims and legal disputes.