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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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Uber-like hacks ‘happen all the time,’ Israeli cyber expert says
CEO reveals a 2016 cyber-attack in which hackers stole data on 57 million of Uber's drivers and riders
Israeli startup sires autonomous drone for harsh industrial settings
Using machine vision and AI, Percepto's 'Sparrow I' serves as safety inspector for refineries, power plants, ports
'Jesus now has a context -- we put him where he belongs'
Jesus was more Jewish than you think, says Bible prof
Matthias Henze says the source for the Christian Messiah's faith is best explained after looking at the Second Temple era, when Judaism and Christianity overlapped
Bill opening up Israeli BDS activists to lawsuits advances
Proposal would allow Israeli plaintiffs to seek compensation of up to NIS 100,000 without proof of damages
Using blockchain, Israel’s Zim eyes sea change in musty shipping sector
A pilot program for an electronic bill of lading is set up together with US firm Sparx Logistics and Israeli startup Wave
Reduced taxes for US expats?
For many years, the persistent call for change in the taxation of American corporations and individuals abroad has gone unanswered. However, the current US administration’s actions suggest the very real possibility of new tax rules, sooner rather than later. Indeed, assuming no major legislative disturbance or some catastrophe, such as a Russian-related scandal or open conflict with North Korea, some are predicting new tax rules before the end of this year. For American citizens living in Israel, this would mean relief from onerous compliance requirements and potential penalties that...
How Israeli women techies are opening doors for each other in Silicon Valley
Entrepreneurs are working to give females the tools to advance in this notoriously male world
US activist investor buys stake in bid to shake up Israel’s Mellanox
Starboard calling on the tech firm to cut costs, explore potential sale, The Wall Street Journal reports
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