Hareidi School Teaches Smartphone AppsHareidi women in Bnei Brak learn to create smartphone applications in a new course.
Report: A Third of 'Tallbacks' Racist, HatefulA study said that a large number of the “talkbacks” on Israeli news and opinion sites are hateful, racist, and just plain mean.
SFI: International Students Speak About IsraelStudents for Israel fights anti-Semitism on the Internet.
White House Targeted by Cyber AttackThe White House confirmed that it was targeted by a cyber-attack, many believe had originated from China.
Iran Surrenders to Internet, Restores GoogleIran restores access to Google after massive complaints of a shutdown the regime explained was due to cutting off YouTube.
British Jews Discuss Internet DangersSeveral thousand hareidi-religious men in Britain meet to discuss the dangers of the Internet.
Demand: Reveal Source of Anti-'Settler' Internet AbuseHolocaust survivor’s children told to "go back to Germany" and hit with Nazi slurs. Rights org. calls to expose the attackers.
Talk of Military Attack May Be Cover for Cyber War on IranDaily chatter of a military attack on Iran may be a ruse to cover a cyber war that could knock out Iran’s nuclear program
New: Web Providers Must Offer Obscenity ControlLaw obligates internet providers to provide free tools for filtering obscene sites and content.
'Gaza Hackers' Breach MK Yuli Edelstein's WebsiteThe website of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein was hacked today.
Pedophile Roundup Exposes Dangers of InternetA huge police roundup of a ring of pedophiles once again shows the dangers of unsupervised Internet, advises the National Fraud Unit.
Young European Rabbis Create Internet ForumThe founding conference of the Forum for Young Rabbis in Europe concludes with rabbis agreeing to hold internet conferences once a month.
eBay Docking in IsraelThe giant eBay website is strengthening its operations in Israel, and its CEO will visit the Jewish state in September.
NYC Billboard Warns: 'Dear Jew: Shield Your Eyes!'On the way to Manhattan, Ultra-Orthodox Jews warn: “Dear Jew: You are entering a dangerous place. Shield your eyes.”
Satmar Rebbe – It’s Me or Your Smartphones!Taking a hardline against the Internet, Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum says no one with a smartphone can count themselves among his followers.
Hackers: PA Using Rights Organization as Intelligence FrontHackers took over the official PA news website on Sunday and published a report on a file allegedly leaked from PA General Intelligence.
Oslo Negotiator Launches Online University for Israelis, ArabsThe "Yala Young Leaders" movement is launching the Internet’s first university for Israelis and Arabs across the Middle East
Rights Groups Demand Google Stop Auto-Suggesting "Jew"Mediators set to resolve dispute between Google and anti-racism groups who object to auto-complete feature suggesting "Jew."
Mass US Rally Against 'Ravages of the Internet'Tens of thousands attended a Hareidi-led rally promoting a 'war on technology' that threatens 'Jewish sanctity' at Citi Field.
PA Minister Resigns Following Internet RestrictionsPalestinian Authority Minister of Communications, Mashour Abu Daqa, announced his resignation following the PA's censorship of websites.
Ultra-Orthodox Protest Dangers of Internet in NYCHareidi Orthodox leaders are organizing a rally in NYC to protest against the dangers of the Internet and modern digital technology.
Israel May Have Next ‘Instagram’Israel’s “UppSite,” which allows web site content to become an app for mobile devices, may be the next “Instagram,” says Forbes.
Did Google Catch You on 'Candid Camera' Street View?If Google’s roof-topped “candid camera” caught you on film the past six months, you might be seen at Sunday’s launch of "Street View.”
Al Qaeda Threatens to Return to New YorkA picture discovered on the Internet, alongside the words “Al Qaeda Coming Soon Again in New York” has caused alarm in New York Police Dept.
Amit Students Learn Safe SurfingStudents in the religious-Zionist Amit network learn Internet safety, create Torah-study train in honor of education day.
Sarkozy Promises Crackdown on ExtremismFrench president Nicolas Sarkozy announced a crackdown on extremism as police seek to learn if Mohammad Merah had accomplices
Knesset Approves Internet in Public SheltersThe Knesset approves preliminary reading of a bill that requires public shelters to include infrastructure for wireless internet access.
Iran Running Scared, Censors InternetIran’s Ayatollah, the country’s supreme leader, orders an Internet supervising agency, a sign of fears of the opposition.
Hacker Group ‘Anonymous’ Threatens AIPACHackers: "We’re calling for an occupation of AIPAC and the destruction of their websites"; "Expect us or perish."
Suicide Attempts Cause Facebook ControversyActivists call to allow teachers greater Facebook freedom as two students attempt suicide over comments on site.
Police: Girls Tried to Commit Suicide Due to Cyber-bullyingTwo teenage girls who were apparently trying to commit suicide were driven to a desperate act because of cyber-bullying, police said.
Phony Name Use on Internet Could Cost NIS 100,000New law would fine internet impersonators up to NIS 100,000
IDF Visits Schools on Safe Internet DriveA cadre of IDF officers visited Israel's schools to teach children about safe Internet usage for International Safe Internet Day.
Education Ministry: Children Should Not Use Social NetworksEducation Ministry officials say parents need to monitor their children's web-use and protect them from online dangers.
Israeli Hacker Vows More Internet RaidsThe Israeli hacker who goes by the nomme de guerre 'Hannibal' has vowed to release 100,000 more Arab Facebook credentials over the weekend.
Wikipedia to 'Go Dark' in Protest of US LegislationWikipedia's English-language sites will shut down for 24 hours on Wednesday to protest "destructive legislation" in Congress.
December 25 - Birthday of the WorldWideWebDecember 25 is the birthday of the Internet, created on December 25, 1990.
Kazakhstan Launches Israel’s Amos 5 Communications SatelliteRussia launched two satellites on Sunday, one of them carrying Israeli sophisticated communications systems.
Iran Blocks American 'Virtual Embassy'Iran on Tuesday blocked a new website set up by the U.S. government that had been intended to act as a “virtual embassy.”
Internet Purchases Tax-FreeThe Cabinet approves removing taxes on purchases of items costing up to $320 (1200 shekels) in order to promote competition.
New Bill Targets Internet Users who Post Libelous ContentThe Knesset approves the first reading of a bill that would revealing the information of an internet user who causes damage to another.
US Seizes Over 130 Internet DomainsAuthorities say the domains were involved with content piracy and counterfeit goods.
Ramallah Blames Israel for Cyber Attack on PA InternetRamallah claims Israel may have been behind the crash of the PA's Internet system in Judea, Samaria and Gaza on Tuesday.
Report: Syrian Government Blocking InternetA group of Sweish hackers raided Syria's state telecom and discovered it is using US technology to block the Internet.
Legal Expert: 'Now No One Has Privacy'Dr. Haim Shain of Sharei Mishpat College of Law tells A7 that Israel's population registry being compromised has serious consequences.
Researchers Claim Internet More Good Than Bad for TeensIsraeli researchers are finding that the Internet is playing a more positive role than a negative one in teenagers' lives.
First Dead Sea Scrolls OnlineFive of the most important Dead Sea scrolls are now available, thanks to a joint Google-Israel Museum project.
The Battle for the Internet in TripoliA big Libyan rebel victory is restoration of the Internet. Users were greeted with a message of “emancipation from the rule of the tyrant.
Hareidi World: Internet Ban Backfired, Now What?A new study shows an attempt to ban the Internet has backfired. Expert talks to Arutz Sheva about what may follow.
Jihadists Flood Web With Anti UK MessagesFollowing the riots that gripped the UK this week Jihadists have flooded the Internet with anti-British messages calling for more unrest.
‘Explorer 6’ Soon Just a MemoryTen years ago this month, Internet Explorer 6 was a breakthrough. Now, it may be relegated to the hi-tech museum.
How Torah Can Save You from Clutches of Dangerous Internet MouseThe computer mouse is a dangerous creature that can trap families into its clutches. Author Tzvi Fishman says the Torah can lead you to safety.
Bezeq Int'l Laying Underwater Internet Cable to ItalyInternet provider Bezeq International has completed installation of the first segment of an underwater cable to Italy.
Terrorists in 'Country Club Prisons' Use Internet, FacebookHamas and Fatah terrorists are able to freely use the internet, thanks to the smartphones they smuggle into their cells, a report in Ma'ariv says.
Next Generation Internet Address Test UnderwayA worldwide test of next generation Internet addresses under the IPv6 protocol is underway.
PA Blogger Arrested for Upsetting Muslim Facebook ReadersAn anti-religious Palestinian Authority Arab student blogger has been arrested for upsetting Facebook readers with his posts against Islam.
Diskin: International Internet Terrorism an Increasing ThreatShabak Chief Yuval Diskin at First International Conference for Homeland Security in Tel Aviv: “Internet terrorism is growing, but can be fought.”