Why did Facebook present the flag filter as an option on behalf of France, when it does not do so on behalf of other countries plagued by Islamic terror — including Israel?
Mark Zuckerberg has posted a photo of pregnant wife Priscilla Chan that makes us wish Facebook had a double ‘like’ function.
Israel supporters are filing a lawsuit to make Facebook censor ‘incitement’ to terrorism. Jay Michaelson says legal tricks won’t work here — but crowdsourcing might.
The brother of Yigal Amir, who assassinated Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, was arrested for incitement after posting inflammatory content on Facebook.
Several employees of the U.N. agency handling Palestinian refugees were punished for disseminating content that promoted violence or anti-Semitism, a United Nations official said.
The U.N. agency charged with delivering aid to Palestinians is coming under fire again — this time for Facebook postings by its employees celebrating attacks on Israeli civilians.
Facebook will launch an Israeli-made satellite to bring Internet access to sub-Saharan Africa.
While Israelis from left to right lamented the Iran nuclear deal, Ronny Edry spoke directly to Iranians. ‘We’re coming for Shabbat,’ he proclaimed on his controversial - but popular - ‘Israel-Loves-Iran’ Facebook page.
Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg took to the social media site on Wednesday to say she felt “thirty years sadder” after the 30-day mourning period she observed following her husband’s sudden death.
Israel’s armed forces see a growing threat in instant messaging applications — both to battlefield secrecy and to the privacy of women soldiers.