On this week's podcast we look at the way openly available information is being used and misused in the Israel-Gaza conflict.
A firm building broadband services across Scotland is backed by an Emirati company that invested in an Israeli firm behind controversial spyware called Pegasus.
Aberdeen University has rejected a “working definition” of antisemitism for government and organisations around the world to adopt.
The UK Government and arms firms based in Scotland have been condemned for arms sales to Israel after 16 children were killed in air strikes on Gaza over the last week.
The United Nations is urging local government pension schemes (LGPS) to divest from companies linked to Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem - which are illegal under international law.
Lothian Pension Fund no longer holds shares in an Israeli bank which finances illegal West Bank settlements.
Arms firms in Scotland who sell weapons to Israel received nearly £10m in grants from Scottish Enterprise, it has been revealed.
Scottish universities have shares worth more than £2m in companies linked to the West Bank, it has been revealed, leading to calls for disinvestment.
A council pension fund has shares worth nearly £7m in an Israeli bank fined in the US for its involvement in a Fifa corruption scandal.