The top social networks for Israelis are drawing a huge number of new users, a new report claims.
The most popular social network on the Israeli market is the popular Facebook, with about 3.3 million new users in the past two months, according to new data compiled by Israeli startup Liferay.
The company, which is based in Israel, uses data from its users to provide insights into the behavior of users.
Liferay has built a database of more than 60 million profiles, which include information on how the people interact with each other, how they use social networks and the content they consume.
The top social network of Israelis is Facebook, which attracted an estimated 8.7 million new followers in the first three months of 2018.
In the same period, it lost about 7.2 million.
The second-biggest social network is Instagram, with almost 7 million new members in the same time period, according Liferays data.
Its users are also much more engaged than the social networks of other Israelis.
It also had more users than Facebook in the last three months, with 1.7 billion active users in 2018.
Facebook has more than 40 million users worldwide, according the company’s official website.
Lifelong users of the social network have become increasingly aware of its privacy settings, Liferaya said in a statement.
Lift up the curtain: The 10 most popular platforms for Israelis to get their hands on a smartphone source The Wall Street Journal article The social networking giant Facebook is getting a lot of attention from consumers who are frustrated by a lack of information about their personal data, according a new study.
The research, conducted by Liferalytics and the Jerusalem-based digital marketing consultancy Zogby Analytics, said Facebook has become the most popular source of personal information among Israeli users.
The study, which analyzed data from 1.5 million Israeli Facebook users in September, found that more than 80 percent of Facebook users who have a Facebook account are aware of the privacy settings of the service.
The number of Facebook-related questions that are asked of users on their accounts is higher than any other social network.
More than 60 percent of those surveyed said they use Facebook to find friends, and they’re more likely to answer those questions about their friends than about people who have never used Facebook, the research showed.
While the survey didn’t include Facebook, other social networks, including Twitter and LinkedIn, were found to have high levels of information users have about their privacy.
The two most popular online platforms for Israel’s mobile users were also among the top 10.
Lifting the curtain on the privacy of social media platforms is crucial, said Yossi Katz, a partner at LiferAY, a startup that is based outside of Tel Aviv.
It’s the right thing to do, he said.
The technology companies should take a more active role in shaping their customers’ privacy settings.
The companies should have a higher degree of control over their users’ data.
“People who are really used to this social media have never seen it before,” Katz said.
“It’s important for them to understand that their data is not going to disappear, that it’s still going to be in a secure place.”
The number one question on Liferayer’s survey was “Do I have to register my name with Facebook?”
The results showed that about two-thirds of the respondents who responded said yes.
That figure is significantly higher than the 3.1 percent of respondents who said yes to the question.
The survey found that Israeli users who are most interested in personal information on social networks are also the most likely to ask for it.
Nearly a third of the users who said they would be interested in more personal information said they were most interested if it came from Facebook.
Users also expressed concern about the data that Facebook collects about them, particularly if it comes from users who use apps like Facebook.
More than half of the Israeli users surveyed said that they feel Facebook is collecting too much information about them.
Lifteray is also collecting data on how users interact with other users on the social networking platform, including when users post and delete posts, when they share photos or videos, how often they post and comment on each other’s posts and comments, and what content they view and share.
Users can opt out of the data collection and privacy settings on their Facebook profiles.
But Katz said that most users don’t do so.
A Facebook spokesperson declined to comment on the study.