64 fabricated audio and video content. This publication provides muchneeded guidance on a particularly controversial aspect of digital technology. Furthermore, the Authority has announced its intention to publish an opinion specifically focused on the privacy aspects of artificial intelligence. This forthcoming opinion is expected to provide further clarity on the unique privacy challenges posed by AI technologies. This trend towards proactive guidance through publication of opinion letters, rather than reactive legislation, could potentially enable Israel to effectively navigate the complex intersection of technology, privacy and intellectual property rights, which could have significant implications for the country's tech sector. In conclusion, the landscape of AI regulation in Israel is in a state of flux. The Ministry of Justice's opinion on copyright law and the creation of machine learning datasets is a significant step forward, providing much-needed guidance for the Israeli tech sector. However, there are still many unanswered questions, particularly concerning the ownership and liability of AI-generated content and the privacy implications of AI and NLP. As Israel continues to navigate this complex landscape, it will be crucial to strike a balance between fostering innovation, protecting intellectual property rights, and ensuring privacy. The world will be watching closely as Israel, known for its innovative and leading tech sector, charts its course in this uncharted territory.