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Sep 22, 2017
Facebook advertises a sexist photo-ad urging non-users to join InstagramInstagram had posted an advertisement on Facebook asking its Facebook users to join Instagram. The reporter's sister received the post on Facebook.
Sep 21, 2017
Facebook will add more human reviewers to its ad-buying system says COO Sheryl SandbergSandberg said in a post on her Facebook page the company would have more manual review of the targeting options it gives advertisers, a change that she said would strengthen the system
Sep 17, 2017
Twitter has fixed the bug that allowed advertisers target 'Jew haters' and other racist groups"We determined these few campaigns were able to go through because of a bug that we have now fixed," recode.net quoted a Twitter spokesperson as saying.
Sep 15, 2017
App used with wearable tech like Google Glass can coach children with ASD claims researchFacebook initially responded to the ProPublica report by removing the topics in question from its ad system.
Sep 04, 2017
Hurricane Harvey: Israel to donate $1 million in aid to Jewish community in HoustonIsrael says it will donate $1 million in emergency aid to Houston's Jewish community to aid in post-Harvey recovery efforts
Aug 24, 2017
Watch: Women in Jerusalem protest for equal prayer rightsJews advocating equal prayer rights for men and women held a protest at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Aug 09, 2017
Artist stencils hate speech tweets in front of Twitter headquarter in HamburgShapira said he had reported some 300 incidents of hate speech on Twitter but had received just nine responses from the company.
Aug 03, 2017
Benjamin Netanyahu says no govt did as much to boost Jewish settlement in IsraelIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his government had done more than all its predecessors to boost Jewish settlement.
Jul 30, 2017
Benjamin Netanyahu defends climbdown on holy site metal detectorsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday defended his decision to remove metal detectors from the entrance to a Jerusalem holy site after deadly unrest, saying it was in the best interest of security.
Jul 27, 2017
Religious tensions at Al-Aqsa mosque defused as King Salman was in contact with US, says Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia said on Thursday King Salman had been in contact with the United States and other world powers to try to prevent Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City being closed to Muslims and to defuse political and religious tensions