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
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
Justice Minister Shaked says this is the reason behind a bill that would allow Israel to request the removal of social media content in certain cases
The new law requires local ISPs to block access to gambling and pedophilia sites, websites that advertise prostitution or drugs, and sites that support acts of terror
A Knesset committee has approved for its final votes a benighted bill aimed at granting the government control over the content the public can be exposed to online
Jewish groups praise the move, which is designed to curb hate speech and libel across social media platforms
Bill would allow judges to restrict access to sites giving a platform for terrorism, pedophilia, or crimes related to drugs or gambling
If passed into law, legislation would permit court to order social networks to remove content that incites to violence from their sites.
Sensitive information, including social security numbers, of current and former U.S. sailors hacked; 'no evidence to suggest misuse of the information,' Navy says.
Russian law requires websites that store personal data of Russian citizens to do so on Russian servers, something that LinkedIn, headquartered in the U.S., has not done.
The online encyclopedia locks the Hebrew-language entry for lawmaker David Bitan for edits after adjectives surge in page.
Government-backed hackers unlikely to be behind hitchhike on Internet of Things devices, says Flashpoint business intelligence firm.
Critics say bill, which would hold social media responsible for censoring incitement to terror, makes impossible demands.
YouTube and Facebook are among the sites deploying systems to block or rapidly take down Islamic State videos and other similar material.
Fred Kaplan's 'Dark Territory,' on key cyber warfare incidents in the last 30 years, offers some tasty tidbits about Israel, that self-declared cyber powerhouse.
Israeli cybersecurity company traced Gazan malware designer after he forgot to erase the properties on a Word document.
The East Jerusalem men, one of whom allegedly tried to join Islamic State in Syria, are accused of acquiring materials to construct a bomb that was to target an Israeli security vehicle.
Al-Aqsa mosque preacher said: ‘I say to the Jews we and the state of the Islamic caliphate will come to liberate this land from your filth.’
The U.S. government suddenly doesn't need Apple's help unlocking the San Bernardino iPhone. The reason may be Israeli company Cellebrite, whose CEO spoke to Haaretz.
The electricity minister has yet to announce the ultimate cause of the outage.
Operation's aim is to prevent the spread of propaganda in social media, and to break their financial logistics through the internet.
Following widespread criticism of the social media site's lack of policing, recent crackdown begins to show results.
Check Point cofounder Shlomo Kramer says moving network protection to the cloud could ultimately replace eliminate the need for costly appliances, a $50 billion market.
Arab surfers not impressed with effort to discourage Palestinian terrorism, calling spokesman a criminal or justifying violent resistance to occupation.
With nod from Attorney General, indictment served on 21-year-old Sur Baher resident for inflammatory clips on Facebook.
Lawyers say that when it comes to Arabs, enforcement is 'speedy and focused'; when it comes to Jews, the authorities turn a blind eye.
After Donald Trump’s hard declarations, Mark Zuckerberg posts a message promising the social media company will 'create a peaceful and safe environment.
There are well-organized successful online activists that are in charge of reporting content, although anyone can report or flag content. The companies are facing the consumers’ perceptions of social media as government tools.
Internet giant rejects Foreign Ministry statement, now retracted, of new shared mechanism to take down YouTube videos that incite to terrorism.