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Halt: Private moments ahead

The age of social media has made privacy obsolete - unless we think about how to combine it with suitable disclosure. A lesson from Joseph.

Halt: Private moments ahead

Survey: Just 52% consent to be digitally tracked

Results also showed older people more likely to consent; many concerned about infringement of privacy.

Survey: Just 52% consent to be digitally tracked

WhatsApp continues to spark privacy concerns

A change in WhatsApp's privacy policy has users worried, with millions of users switching apps.

WhatsApp continues to spark privacy concerns

Police allegedly violate mother's privacy in Samaria eviction

Attorney files Police Investigation Unit complaint about conduct in Geulat Zion eviction. Police: 'Slander, false claims, falsified facts'.

Police allegedly violate mother's privacy in Samaria eviction

Israel opens investigation into Facebook

Authorities to probe Facebook activities after revelations that firm gained access to millions of users' personal data.

Israel opens investigation into Facebook

Likud demands criminal investigation against Yesh Atid

Likud claims Lapid's Yesh Atid party illegally used databases by sending unsolicited e-mails.

Likud demands criminal investigation against Yesh Atid

Class action lawsuit against Facebook for privacy violations

25,000 users seek right to sue Facebook together in Europe for tracking them even when they used other websites.

Class action lawsuit against Facebook for privacy violations

MK asks why terror victim privacy law is ignored

Eichler explains new bill banning publication of victim's name before approval, asks Shaked why privacy censor law isn't enforced.

MK Eichler asks why terror victim privacy law is ignored

Report: American Spy Agency Hacked Google, Yahoo

American whistleblower says the NSA broke into Google and Yahoo data centers, giving it access to hundreds of millions of accounts.

Report: American Spy Agency Hacked Google, Yahoo Data

France Threatens Google Over Privacy

Acting for Europe, France is threatening to fine the giant Google Internet search engine firm over privacy issues.

Acting for Europe, France Threatens Google Over Privacy

Smart Phones Dumb for Privacy, Says Israeli Study

New phones leave us with less privacy, especially in the public sector, warn Tel Aviv University researchers.

Smart Phones Dumb for Privacy, Says Tel Aviv Univ. Study