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Thursday, February 1, 2018
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Israel set to adjust tax policies to counter Trump reform, tax chief says
Also, multinational companies with a physical presence in Israel will soon get their first tax bill
OurCrowd sets up $50 million fund to invest in sports tech
Jerusalem-based equity crowdfunding VC also launches seed-stage incubator for firms developing tech for AI, deep learning, autonomous cars and and smart cities
UAE cyber firm DarkMatter slowly steps out of the shadows
'The only country in the region that's strong in cybersecurity is Israel," the founder says, 'other than that, it's blank'
'Such Sphinxes as these obey no one but their master'
Scientists claim to crack an elusive centuries-old code — and it’s Hebrew
Not so fast, say language, medieval and computer science scholars, who break down the so-called decryption breakthrough
Something’s coming: Spielberg and Kushner to take on ‘West Side Story’ remake
Amid controversy, a bunch of Jewish creatives to reboot the iconic American immigrant tale about the tragic consequences of culture clash and assimilation
Israel is not deporting refugees
Israel's decision to expel illegal immigrants (and to redirect some of them to third countries) has aroused fierce criticism both in Israel and abroad. The debate about this contentious issue is welcome, but it must be fair and grounded in facts. There are 37,288 illegal immigrants in Israel. 71% of them are from Eritrea, 21% from Sudan, 7% from other African countries, and 1% from non-African countries. Most entered Israel illegally from Sinai between 2006 and 2012, and many live in south Tel-Aviv. Illegal entry into Israel from Sinai during...
Israeli entrepreneur calls for NATO-style cybersecurity alliance
Former MK Erel Margalit says Israel and its Arab neighbors already cooperate in protecting the civilian cybersphere, but must do more
‘Winter’ of cyber-threats is coming, experts warn
At Tel Aviv conference, ex-CIA director David Petraeus says US-Israel collaboration in foiling attacks is 'far beyond what is being published in the media'
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