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Ido Rosenzweig-1Ido Rosenzweig is the Director of Cyber, Belligerencies and Terrorism Research, Minerva Center for the Study of Law under Extreme Conditions. He is an international lawyer with expertise in international humanitarian law (laws of armed conflict) and international human rights law. Prior to his work at the Minerva Center, Ido worked as a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute (in the Terrorism and Democracy Research Division) (2009-2014).

He has served as the coach for the Interdisciplinary Center's International Humanitarian Law team (2009 - 2013), directed the "Amicus Curiea" International Human Rights Law Clinic at the Concord Centre in the College of Management (2010 - 2012).  He is the co-founder and chairman of ALMA - Association for the Promotion of International Humanitarian Law since 2010.  Ido earned his law degrees at Tel Aviv University (LL.B, 2005) (LL.M cum laude, 2010) and Northwestern University (LL.M, with honors, 2010).  He served in the International Law Department of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2006 - 2008), is a member of the Israel Bar Association (since 2007) and an experienced computer programmer.

Recorded talks: 

Combatants Dressed as Civilians? The Israeli use of Undercover Unit Operations State Operated Hackings Human Rights in the Cyber Era

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