No one bothers him from personally boycotting Israel, and he is freely invited to remove his computer and cell-phone components/gadgets that were invented, developed or produced in Israel.
Of course, I wish him well, but if God forbid, he is ill or injured, I expect him to demand his doctors not to give him cure, medicine or a supportive means of healing that were invented or produced in Israel [For example, one-sixth of the medical and pharmaceutical devices in the UK are manufactured in Israel. I do not know what their share in America is].
My understanding is that the law is against calling for others to boycott Israel, which is usually accompanied by a threatening action. It is a brutal and condescending discourse that evokes fear, violence and crime. The law is on the public level, against public incitement and misleading of the public. This does not negate the right to criticize Israel, as one may criticize any other state, but it removes the sting from the perpetuated anti-Israel demagogy, most of which are based on a shaky foundation of lies, hiding the truth or telling half truth [which sometimes is more nasty than telling the truth], spreading rumors as tool of defamation and denigrating Israel and calling for violence and some even for the annihilation of Israel.
Netanyahu did not steal the show but was one of the initiators of the conference, which was attended by about 60 leaders from around the world. And who were not there? Of course, Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, Syria ... even the Yemenite foreign minister arrived and met with Netanyahu in four eyes.
Western Europe states largely does not identify with the goals of the conference, but are afraid to open new economic channels with Iran because of the Trump government and the fear of its reaction. They have stopped importing Iranian oil, and making all efforts to maximize their sales on the Iranian market. Yet they are turning their back on the conference, hoping that they will still be able to extract some more money from their ties with Iran before their play will end.
No wonder the Iranians are afraid. Even a meeting between the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran in Sochi over the distribution of their spoils in Syria does not succeed in calming Iran down.