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In a move that is expected to make the Internet the most valuable asset of the digital era, the Israeli cabinet on Tuesday authorized the government to launch the nation’s first online bookstore.
The government will launch a digital library with online bookstore content in the coming weeks, the first step in its plan to digitize public institutions and make them easier to use.
The library will be open to anyone, regardless of their income, nationality or age.
“The library is designed to serve the needs of all Israelis, and is intended to be the first and the last resource of public institutions,” the government said in a statement.
“By making the digital library accessible to everyone, it will serve as a model for the world to follow.”
The library will operate under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Information, which oversees the Israeli copyright system.
The move comes as the country prepares for the launch of its next big digital initiative, the creation of the National Digital Library of Israel, which will be run by a new body, the National Library Authority, which is responsible for digital and media regulation.
Israel is set to create its first digital repository in 2019.
The move comes after Israel launched a new digital library, the “digital library of Israel,” in 2019, after a year of intensive research and development.
The country’s copyright system, however, is plagued by delays and bureaucratic issues, as well as an antiquated copyright law.
The law currently requires digital works to be protected by a copyright that can last for at least 20 years.
The current law, passed in 2005, requires a “public notice” to be posted in the country’s national library’s digital library directory, and only after the first 10,000 digital works are available for download.
In addition, there are no restrictions on what types of works can be downloaded from the public library’s database.
The government is considering whether to create a digital archive of public documents, such as the “books” in the State Archives, the Cabinet said.
The digital library would also be able to archive materials such as a book’s cover, a text, and other types of materials that are not currently accessible.
It is also planning to launch a new “Digital Library of National Memory,” a national memory archive.
The new library will focus on the collection of books and information stored on state-owned state-of-the-art electronic libraries, according to the Cabinet statement.
The service will operate “as a platform for digitization and storage of state-based knowledge.”