Facebook only lifted its ban on the advertisement of the documentary after Haaretz contacted the company, which told distributors it would not allow 'advertising that includes derogatory or sensational content'
Oded Yaron has worked at Haaretz since 2000 and writes about technology.
Operators of fake profiles would persuade victims via Facebook to download ‘more secure’ apps for continuing their conversations, the website ZDNet reports
With an army of evangelical fans, Prime Minister Netanyahu can make his social media mark without resorting to the murkier means shaping elections in other countries
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
Users on other services, such as CitiBike and StreetEasy, also noticed the change ■ Open-source mapping service used by Snapchat apologizes, says it relies on contributing editors to track and fix defacements
This story was originally titled- 'An Israeli investigator revealed a right-wing bot network, and it may be the tip of the iceberg.' But in the meantime an alternative explanation emerged, suggesting that the network may be international. What's the answer?
'Despite our unreserved loyalty, Israel doesn't see us as equals,' Druze leader tells mass Tel Aviv protest ■ Right-wing activists spread fake correspondence on deal between Druze leaders and Labor party
Tools like the surveillance chip launched by Tommy Hilfiger and Awear are only one more addition to a world that has become addicted, or has been sold to surveillance
Last month, the Israeli cybersecurity firm ClearSky discovered an Iranian hacker group called Charming Kitten running an operation it called Ayatollah BBC
The terror organization’s espionage operation drove home the truism that humans are the weakest link in the cybersecurity chain
The Israel-based company, however, says its so-called hashed passwords make it hard for any bad actors to gain key information
A U.S. federal court ruled on Wednesday that President Donald Trump could not block Twitter users - a decision which could have weighty implications not just for other American officials, but for public servants worldwide
Bing’s blunder turns a compliment into an insult
Both the health and asylum-seeker authorities aren't correcting deficiencies pointed out in previous reports, State Comptroller Joseph Shapira says in his annual report
Twenty eight Israelis installed application that made data accessible – enough to potentially affect tens of thousands of their Facebook friends
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 unusual letter, allegedly penned by the Israeli Defense Ministry in 2015 and published by Motherbaord, shows that Israel tried to get U.S. companies to sell advanced technologies it wanted
Anthony Levandowski isn’t afraid of the moment when computers will become smarter than humans; in fact, he longs for it
The American-Israeli Jewish teen provided an orderly price list, a long list of conditions and a refund policy
The two defendants, who were minors when the alleged offenses were committed, also earned over $613,000 from their illegal business