Can Spying and Phone Surveillance be a Good Thing?
CTech Daily Roundup: According to a Ministry of Health report submitted to the Parliament's Subcommittee of Secret Services, Israel’s Security Agency identified 4,089 cases as of May 10
Exclusive | Spy agency’s phone surveillance detected a third of Israel's Covid-19 cases. According to a Ministry of Health report submitted to the Parliament's Subcommittee of Secret Services, Israel’s Security Agency identified 4,089 cases as of May 10. Read more
Related Story | Lawmakers extend spy agency’s Covid-19 patient tracking program by three weeks. Special committee votes to employ Shin Bet’s surveillance only in cases where an epidemiological study isn't sufficient. Read more
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ServiceNow appoints Ron Sprinzak as Israel Country Manager. Sprinzak brings with him more than 20 years of experience in managing organizations and business teams, most recently at Microsoft Israel where he spent the last 13 years. Read more