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The Tel Aviv-based company has some 40 employees and specializes in “browser isolation.
'In effect, our sovereignty is being violated,' Shaked stressed. 'The ability of the state to maintain its internal security is undermined by the manner in which the characteristics of cyberspace are exploited negatively by the instigators and supporters of terrorism.'
The program will serve as a protective shield for Israel’s youth against bullying and sex offenses on the web.
Today, with health portals being used in so many medical offices and hospitals, this front-end cleanup of patient medical history may actually become a reality.
The Google internet search engine giant has adjusted its algorithm to remove results that claim the Holocaust didn't happen.
In the Karlin-Stoliner Rebbe's opinion, a draconian, sweeping prohibition on electronic communications creates a situation where many break the law in secret and are exposed to dangerous content.
The internet pornography censorship bill passed unanimously and now goes to the Knesset.
Major U.S. internet sites were hit by a cyber attack that spread rapidly across the country and then into Europe.
Americans for a Safe Israel calls for the resignation of Congressman Hank Johnson after he calls Israeli settlers "termites."
The major Internet firms have agreed to cooperate with the ADL and European Jewish groups on a Code of Conduct to battle bullying and hate speech online.
The BIG shopping center corporation is developing an online shopping mall for customers who prefer to shop on the Internet.
No Internet, no F-35? Oy!
Apple may have handed the Chinese government access to the software used in its iPhones.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
American-Jewish contractor Alan Gross completed his fifth year in prison in Cuba on Tuesday, one-third of a 15-year prison term for “crimes against the...
New regulations are going to force major food retailers in Israel to publish their prices on the internet and to update them hourly.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin netted a reported $34 million when his brainchild was sold to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. Ever since that day, the sometimes weird whiz kid Levchin, now 39, has been trying to do it again.