Gunman live-streamed the attacks on social media for 17 minutes using an app designed for extreme sports enthusiasts
Israeli startups have found themselves at the center of a global data privacy controversy
Hanan Melcer, also a Supreme Court justice, expresses particular concern about anonymous election ads posted on social media. 'I can't say that I'm at ease'
It makes sense that a participant in an Orwellian-tinged TV show would be chosen to do a 'truthful' interview with the prime minister
'Hello, this is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. I wanted to personally ask you for your support in the upcoming election. What do you think?'
In an attempt to prevent foreign interference in elections, advertisers on Facebook will be required to provide a verified local contact person and disclosure what was paid for the ad and by whom
5 million followers (many from Brazil) ■ Enthusiastic comments (some by bots) ■ Financed posts (but we don't know the sums) ■ This is why Netanyahu no longer needs traditional outlets
Google, Facebook captured all growth in Israeli ad spending last year ■ Israeli-Japanese partnership targets Industry 4.0 applications ■ Mega-exits become Israeli tech industry norm
Israel's Tax Authority is negotiating with multinational internet giants over the final legislation
The latest probe into the company, which has been slammed in the past for not doing enough to curb anti-Semitic and hate speech, reveals complex, inconsistent and byzantine strategies
Charlotte Adelman reunited with the Quatreville family in Paris in November, seventy years after the they agreed to take her in and hide her from the Nazis
'The intention was never to attack an individual, but there are these lobbying groups and folks out there whose primary focus is to attack the company. And I do think it’s fine to push back on that'
Since the 2016 U.S. election, Facebook has come under criticism for propagating rumors, false reports and ads that spread xenophobia and smear rivals. The 'post-truth' era isn’t going anywhere
Open Society Foundations president Patrick Gaspard tells Sheryl Sandberg: Your methods threaten the very values underpinning our democracy
George Soros has long been a fixture of slanderous conspiracy theories, most recently that he is funding projects for Democrats and refugees, including the recent midterm elections and migrant caravan
Court documents obtained by Haaretz reveal that over 80 percent of a controversial academic’s posts were removed by the platform based on poor machine translations
Accounts mainly targeted U.S. liberals, think tank that works with the social media giant says
Document shows invited bids for a system to monitor Hebrew, Arabic and English posts – but says the plan, whose surveillance targets were not specified, never came to fruition
Palestinians and Israeli Arab citizens have known for years that every digital move they made could haunt them, even if it’s supposedly protected under freedom of expression
Facebook convened a town hall meeting on Friday after hundreds of staffers excoriated executive Brett Kaplan for appearing at last week’s hearing
Facebook Watch's drama 'Sorry for Your Loss,' starring Elizabeth Olson, strikes the right tone between sad and sassy
The article falsely claimed that Jewish billionaire George Soros cooperated with the Iranian regime
Anonymous digital campaigns appear to be a central part of the advocacy group Israel on Campus Coalition’s efforts to combat pro-Palestinian activism on U.S. campuses
Iran created the Tel Aviv Times Hebrew news site and at least two other sites that were accompanied by social media profiles as part of an extensive 'fake news' campaign, Israeli cyber security company says
A Germany lawmaker accuses representatives of Romania's governing party of engaging in 'campaign of defamation'
A group of Oxford University researchers found widespread online disinformation in the final stages of a tightly-contested campaign which could shift one of Europe’s most prominent liberal democracies to the right
The Fox News anchor also stated that Trump doesn't like the news in general, not the people who deliver it or the platforms on which they receive it
Iran says the idea of an influence campaign is 'ridiculous' but Facebook and others say there's an Iranian project to covertly influence public opinion
According to the social media companies the pages removed included discussions of 'anti-Saudi, anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian themes'