Israel has arrested hundreds of Palestinians since the lone-wolf intifada began in September 2015, partly by analyzing social media posts. Authorities say these arrests are legitimate, but others see it as a grave violation of human rights
Taboola Feed to contain teasers similar to those on Facebook, and come in place of the rectangle of recommended articles that many websites offer through Taboola and its competitors
According to leaked company guidelines, moderators are instructed to take down flagged posts in Israel, Germany, France and Austria, where laws against Holocaust denial are enforced
Since Yael Ilani had the temerity to use a forbidden word on the social network and then complain about being blocked, she says her relations with Mark Zuckerberg’s empire have spiraled into the Kafkaesque
Its posts are written in literary Arabic, but the propaganda, patronization and gung-ho patriotism on display won’t convert Arabs to the Israeli cause
Vanished comments examined by Haaretz were written in polite language and expressed both leftist and rightist views
Kfar Sava judge slams 9,000-shekel fine on man who wrote chat to a relative, calling a third party – who got wind of the message – a 'thief.'
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?