Jon Weisman, the deputy Washington editor at The New York Times, announced that he would be leaving Twitter on Wednesday due to continued anti-Semitic harassment.
The neo-Nazis who were using three parentheses to target Jewish people online are now easily identifiable themselves due to the work of one anonymous web developer.
Rabbis from the Reform movement of Great Britain are launching an online matchmaking service with the intent of making it easier for gay and lesbian Jews to find Jewish partners.
A new website on convicted Soviet spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg provides access to a collection of more than 500 letters between the couple while they were imprisoned.
It is already common for intelligence agencies to recruit their officers online, but Israel’s Mossad has gone one further by touting for local agents and informants too.
Michael Broyde, the Modern Orthodox rabbi at the center of a scandal involving his sue of pseudonyms to tout his reputation in online discussions, reportedly is launching a new Atlanta-area synagogue.
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A Belgian watchdog on anti-Semitism warned it was preparing to take legal action against online propagators of a new anti-Semitic joke about the Holocaust.
The new interactive city map issued by the Buenos Aires state government includes an icon to memorialize the bomb that destroyed the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires, killing 29.
You don’t have to fly all the way to Moscow to view the Schneersohn Library. Paul Berger explains how to access the controversial archives online.