Posted August 21, 2018 07:30:18 It’s been a year since the last Israeli soldier was killed in action and Israel’s internet access is slowly coming back online after a year in a state of crisis.
Now, a new study has found that Israeli citizens are using the internet more than ever, with nearly two-thirds of Israelis using it in 2016, and about one-third of Israelis now accessing the internet from a mobile device.
Israel’s High Court ruled in April that the country’s internet service providers must give a minimum of 24 hours’ notice before providing access to the internet, which means that the service is effectively off.
Israel has also implemented a policy of “zero-rating,” which means internet service will not be throttled, meaning that it will not charge more for using the service.
Israel is one of the most popular destinations for internet users in the world, with more than 4 million internet users accessing it from around the world every day.
The government has also made it easier for Israeli internet users to use VPNs and encrypted services, with VPNs being used by almost a third of Israelis to access the internet.
According to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, one in five Israelis use a VPN.
The country’s top ISPs have said that they will no longer provide access to internet access to people under 18, with Tel Aviv University and Jerusalem University of Technology stating that the policy will have a negative impact on the education system.