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Masha Yudashkin
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Masha Yudashkin

Masha is an associate in the firm’s Privacy, Data Protection and Cyber Department.

Adv.Masha Yudashkin provides ongoing counsel to private and public companies, including high-tech companies and startups. She advises on various aspects of privacy laws, both in Israel and Europe (the GDPR), data security laws, and AI regulation. Among other services, Masha assists in preparing the necessary documents for online activities, such as privacy policies, as well as handles data registration and information updates to databases. In addition, she advises on contracts involving personal data sharing.

 

Masha also advises and supports companies in developing and implementing privacy plans, as well as assists companies in conducting risk assessments related to privacy.

 

In addition, Masha deals with cybersecurity preparedness and prevention. This includes preparing risk assessments, formulating and implementing internal regulations, offering counsel on dealing with privacy authorities and other regulators, creating risk mitigation plans, and managing internal investigations.

 

Masha is certified as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E). She completed a privacy protection course at Tel Aviv University in 2021.

 

Before joining Barnea, Masha served in the Military Prosecution. She oversaw digital forensics and computer-related offenses, among other responsibilities.

Education:


Haifa University, LL.M., 2012

Haifa University, LL.B., 2009

Open University, B.A. in Social Sciences, 2006

Admission:


Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2011

Insights & News - Masha Yudashkin:


May 13, 2024

The Netherlands: New Data Scraping Guidelines

The Dutch Data Protection Authority strictly interprets GDPR regarding data scraping, stating that data scraping will almost always be illegal.
May 1, 2024

Bipartisan Federal Privacy Act Proposed in US

Developed for over two years, the American Privacy Rights Act proposes establishing a nationwide standard for privacy and data security, to empower individuals to control their personal information, as part of their right to privacy.
March 26, 2024

GDPR – Company Fined for Improper Data Collection

The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) fined a corporation for violation of the GDPR due to flaws in its personal data collection and user consent practices, even though the data was collected by a third party.

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