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Dr. Eldar Haber​

Eldar is a postdoctoral fellow at the Haifa Center for Law & Technology at Haifa University, Faculty of law. He received his Ph.D. on “Copyright Criminalization” from Tel-Aviv University, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Birnhack; and his LL.B and LL.M (cum laude) in the field of law, specializing in Law & Technology, and his B.A in the field of psychology from the University of Haifa. During his Ph.D., Eldar published several papers in American law journals. The French Revolution 2.0: Copyright and the Three Strikes Policy, was published in Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (2011), and cited, inter alia, in Mick Haig Productions, e.K., v. Does 1-670 (Case No. 3:10-cv-1900-N) in the United States District Court, Northern District of Texas. The second, Copyrights in the Stream: The Battle on Webcasting, was published in Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal (2012), and was awarded the Cegla Prize for outstanding student papers in Tel-Aviv University (2013). The third, Copyrighted Crimes: The Copyrightability of Illegal Works, was published in Yale Journal of Law and Technology (2014), and was awarded the Cegla Prize for outstanding student papers in Tel-Aviv University (2014). The fourth, The Criminal Copyright Gap, was published in the Stanford Technology Law Review (2015). Eldar main interests are Intellectual Property, Cyber Law, Criminal Law, Internet Governance and Information Technology