surveillance

Shin Bet surveillance schizophrenia - analysis

No democratic country in the world, including some doing better than Israel in combating corona, is using its intelligence services to track infected citizens.

Likud MK Yoav Kisch
Deputy Health Minister criticizes COVID-19 Shin Bet surveillance critics

"There's no civilian alternative, not in Israel and not anywhere else in the world," Kisch said and added that "using this tool will save human lives and prevent economic damage."

SECURITY SURVEILLANCE monitors. Privacy advocates argue that even if the official transfer of data d
The controversy of using counterterror tools to fight coronavirus spread

We are now in the midst of a rising wave of COVID-19 cases, and there are important questions about what the government can do to confront this.

A man wears a face mask for fear of the coronavirus as he takes the train to Haifa, on March 17, 202
Coronavirus: IDF report details digital track options for Israel, world

"Western countries are struggling to access the information needed to carry out epidemiological investigations with wide-scale efficiency,” according to the report.

SECURITY SURVEILLANCE monitors. Privacy advocates argue that even if the official transfer of data d
Amnesty Int'l examines human rights violations by surveillance apps

The report shows that some of the apps pose a real risk of human rights violations.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
16/06/2020
What does Russia want with Lebanon’s gas fields?

Despite the modest signs for actual gas finds, Russia’s involvement in the Lebanese energy market spans much wider interests than natural gas – some of which directly concern Israel.

By ELAI RETTIG/SEMION POLINOV/SHAUL CHOREVL
07/06/2020
Government limits coronavirus cellphone surveillance to "special cases"

Circumventing parliament in March, as the coronavirus spread, the cabinet approved emergency regulations that enabled the use of the technology, usually deployed for anti-terrorism.

By REUTERS
24/05/2020
Israeli police officers seen during a raid on the ultra orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Meah Shearim
Citizens' movements stored in off-the-books police database - report

"Either way, once finalized, the procedure will not be disclosed to the public," police said.

By LEON SVERDLOV
08/05/2020
A man wears a face mask for fear of the coronavirus as he takes the train to Haifa, on March 17, 202
Shin Bet cyber founder: Coronavirus surveillance needed to save lives

Maybe empower new body to replace agency in future, protect privacy

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