The Israeli occupation army has bid to obtain spying systems that monitor the private messages of social media users, Haaretz has revealed.
Haaretz said it had obtained a document showing that the Israeli army asked the cyber companies to present proposals for the spying system in 2016.
The newspaper also said that the system being sought was expected to trace and monitor all information posted or exchanged through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
The system would also monitor posts and information exchanged in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
The targeted keywords, the document showed, were terror, resistance, nationality and religion.