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Researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered evidence of ear infections in the skull remains of humans living in the Levant some 15,000 years ago. Skeletons of a woman and a puppy from the Natufian period [Credit: Prof. Gonen Sharon]"Our rese...

Six-year-old Imri Elya from Kibbutz Nirim, went on an outing last March with his parents to tour the Tel Jemmeh archaeological site located in the south of Israel. Suddenly, a small, 2.80 x 2.80 cm square clay object, caught his eye. The curious boy...

Israel’s original plan to track the phones of COVID-19 sufferers won’t get very far. The country’s cabinet has restricted the use of the Shin Bet security agency’s phone surveillance to “specific and special cases” where officials can’t...

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While COVID-related stay-at-home orders have been extended in some places, officials in other places in the U.S. have decided to open up. We are watching and waiting to see how this plays out.

Israel will have to abide by stricter oversight if it wants to keep tracking the phones of people infected with COVID-19. The country’s Supreme Court has ruled that the government can’t keep tracking residents’ phones unless it drafts legislati...

Israel’s use of phone tracking technology to track COVID-19 patients has come to a partial end. A parliamentary oversight committee has halted use of the tracking to enforce quarantines after raising privacy concerns. The privacy violations outweig...