82% of Israelis who were exposed to hate speech online said Facebook was the social network where the most instances occurred.
WhatsApp is the most widely-used messaging application in Israel and is used to communicate via text even more frequently than SMS.
INSIDE POLITICS: Hadar Muchtar is only 20 years old, not even eligible to run for the Knesset, but the leader of the Fiery Youth movement has become the buzzword of the fifth election.
Israel's official Twitter account team didn't lose the opportunity to photoshop a picture of Mahsa Amini into Raisi's hand during his speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
The Israeli Rubik’s Cube Championship, which took place in Rehovot, in cooperation with the Weizmann Institute of Science, attracted hundreds of participants.
Social media engagements including hate speech against Russians jumped by about 270%, while hate speech against asylum seekers also increased by 25%.
Israel’s leading artists and content creators held one-on-one meetings with Holocaust survivors and will broadcast them on Yom Hashoah.
It will now be possible for Israelis to create reels and watch them in Facebook News Feeds, in Facebook groups, and in the social media giant's “Watch Reels” section.
Among the speakers at the event were Adi Soffer Teeni, General Manager of Meta in Israel and Lital Kiperman Vaknin, Director of Innovation at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation
More than 90% of Israelis use WhatsApp at least twice a day, 85% are devoted to Facebook, and 76% are regular users of Instagram.