Max Temkin of Cards Against Humanity wants to publish lawmaker’s internet activity to protest the scrapping of privacy protection on the web.
(JTA) — The celebrated novelist Etgar Keret said he refrains from publishing some of his works in Hebrew to protect the privacy of his family, upon whom he bases some of his writing. Keret, who in 1996 received Israel’s Prime Minister Award for Literature, among other distinctions, revealed this during a talk last week before…
Greg Isenberg’s 5by keeps sembarassing posts off social media. He may want to see a YouTube video of himself partying at something called @FreakEasy.
Two online apps aim to give users with listings of Jewish events. How deeply should they pry to give you the information you really want?
Were Israeli companies Verint and Narus the ones that collected information from the U.S. communications network for the National Security Agency?