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Daily Updates from Silicon Wadi for
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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Israel research: Body's 'natural killer' cells 'have memory'
Cells learn from pregnancy, to make healthier babies next time round — study
Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical Center say their cell research may lead to new drugs that improve the chances of successful childbirths, avoid diseases in high-risk women
UK-Israel tech partnerships a boost to Britain’s economy
Report released ahead of Prince William's historic visit to Israel shows deals through UK Israel Tech Hub worth over $100m
Fearing hackers, US tells World Cup tourists to leave phones at home
Laptops also at risk, warns the FBI: 'If you can do without the device, don’t take it'
Just 8 months after Channel 2’s breakup, two top TV networks to merge
Move by Reshet, Channel 10 follows massive financial losses for both companies, with officials arguing the Israeli market is too small to support three commercial channels
Anne Frank House museum unveils virtual reality tour
25-minute 'immersive experience' lets people anywhere see the annex where the Franks and 4 other Jews hid for nearly two years before they were deported to concentration camps
Free trade between Canada and Israel: a success story
International trade has been a hot topic in the wake of a jarring few weeks of American tariffs and Canadian counter-measures. At a time of uncertainty for many sectors, it is worth highlighting a bright spot on the trade front: the recent upgrading of the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement (CIFTA). Our growing economic ties with the only liberal democracy in the Middle East are a model for how Canadians can better tap into key markets that otherwise fall under the radar. Many readers would be surprised to learn that Israel...
Democracies under attack as world grapples with privacy policies, watchdog says
Dr Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler, a senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute, says governments must fight the threat that data collection poses to our freedom of choice
Israelis nabbed in Philippines are tip of iceberg in alleged fraud gone global
As police raid Israeli-operated boiler rooms in Asia and Eastern Europe, local law enforcement has yet to indict a single operative from an industry that has stolen billions
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