Igal Sarna, defending himself against the Netanyahus’ libel suit, knew his followers wanted him to surf from the virtual to the real, and act as a free man in the real world.
Shin Bet security service says three men received instructions via Facebook and planned abduction of an Israeli soldier as bargaining chip.
Why should the president of Poland place a stone from Warsaw Ghetto on Yoni Netanyahu’s grave? And who will guard that celebrity stone?
In a highly revealing post on Sunday, the prime minister inadvertently highlighted three lies, including why he called the 2015 election.
The social media network is looking to make amends after facing criticism for its lack of action tackling fake news during the U.S. presidential campaign.
If passed into law, legislation would permit court to order social networks to remove content that incites to violence from their sites.
A look back at a year in which the internet produced an American president and fake news, much of it driven by people who used to exist on the digital margins.
Cabinet committee approves a measure that would empower courts to block ‘inciteful’ content. Experts say the law manages to do too little and too much at the same time.
Pakistan delivered a not-so-veiled nuclear threat, after a fake news site quoted Israel's (former) defense minister as threatening to destroy Pakistan if it joined the war on ISIS
In the first half of 2016, Facebook “restricted access” to 962 content items – almost 10 percent of the requests it received from around the world. Only 236 items were restricted in the preceding six-month period.