ISIS Launches Own Social NetworkSite specifically for the terror group tanks for privacy reasons, claims it is not directly associated with the Islamic State group.
Facebook Back Online After CrashWorld's most popular social networking site downed temporarily; Instagram, Tinder also affected.
Saudi Arabia to Crack Down on Social Media PostsRiyadh examining legal precedent for filing charges against social media sites which allow posts about adultery, atheism, and other vices.
Is Social Networking a Security Risk for the IDF?Former IDF Chief Rabbi warns against soldiers using social media, citing security risks, maintaining order in the armed forces.
Facebook Pays More than $16 Billion for WhatsAppIn biggest acquisition yet, Facebook purchases fast-growing mobile messaging service WhatsApp.
Woman to Pay 10,000 for Facebook CriticismJudge warns: Facebook slander will cost dearly, starting soon.
Facebook Lifts Ban on Beheading VideosFacebook condemned as ‘irresponsible’ for allowing footage of decapitations.
Embattled Assad Opens 'Instagram' AccountSyrian President Bashar al-Assad has officially opened a new Instagram account in an effort to bolster his image.
Facebook: Over Six Million User Details ExposedFacebook revealed that due to a bug on site, roughly six million phone numbers and e-mail addresses had been inadvertently exposed.
Twitter to Audit Tweets to Target AdsTwitter on Wednesday began to allow ads to be targeted at users based on the words written in 'tweets' and messages.
IDF Gets New Commander of Online MediaLt. Col. Peter Lerner has replaces Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich as Head of the IDF Foreign Press Branch.
Terror and Anti-Semitism on the InternetInterview with Rabbi A. Cooper of the LA Simon Wiesenthal Center: " We currently monitor over 15,000 hate and terror-related sites. Social networking however, makes the number irrelevant, as a single posting can reach untold thousands and beyond.”
YouTube 'Too Slow' Removing Hate VideosThe Executive Council of Australian Jewry has called on YouTube to remove hateful material that propagates Holocaust denial.
Arabic Facebook Users Demand: 'Insha'Allah' ButtonArabic-speaking Facebook users want the social networking site to add an “Insha’Allah” button to the platform for Mideast.
'What's the Fuzz with Jews' Tweet Taints CampaignA campaign designed to promote tourism in Sweden has stirred controversy after a woman posted derogatory comments about Jews.
Only 7% Think Protests Can Save UlpanaJust 7% of Israelis in Judea and Samaria think that protests can save the Ulpana neighborhood.
Samaria Jews to Become ‘Facebook Warriors’Jews from Judea and Samaria learn to take their cause to social networks.
Pakistan Restores Twitter After Blocking SitePakistan restored access to Twitter after blocking the site over posts involving caricatures of the prophet Muhammad.
Anti-Semitic Remarks on Facebook Prompt ArrestsPolice in Glasgow, Scotland arrested six people over anti-Semitic remarks on Facebook that mocked the Jewish community of Giffnock.
Israeli PM Leads in Facebook PopularityPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has become the leading Israeli politician on Facebook, surpassing more than 200,000 “likes.”
Obama: 'Electronic Curtain' Has Fallen Over IranObama: despite sanctions, the U.S. is issuing new guidelines to make it easier to provide services to Iranian people.
"Arab Spring" Inaccurate Description of EarthquakeThe “Arab Spring” is much too flowery and seasonal a term to describe an earthquake that threatens stability of region.
'Children Should Not Use Social Networks'Education Ministry officials say parents need to monitor their children's web-use and protect them from online dangers.
FBI Seeks Bids to Build Social 'App'The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for a contractor to help it gather up-to-the-minute info from Internet social networks.
PA Preparing for September on Social MediaThe PA and its supporters are preparing for September, calling for both diplomacy and violence on Facebook and Twitter.
Social Protests Target BibiPM Netanyahu is targeted by protesters who call for more government help for poor children, retired soldiers.
IDF Uses New MediaThe IDF Spokespersons Unit explains at Herzliya Conference how it uses new media to make information accessible to everyone.
IDF Warns Soldiers Against FBIDF warns its soldiers not to publish photos which identify the unit in which they serve on the popular social network.
Iran Website Supports AyatollaNew Iranian social networking site has been established specifically for supporters of the 'Supreme Leader'. Facebook beware.