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Personal information of 300 million LinkedIn users could be at risk from zero day vulnerability, warns security firm Zimperium.
LinkedIn is expanding its mobile app portfolio to meet the demands of increasing mobile traffic to its site, which is expected to make up a majority of its visitors by the end of the year.
LinkedIn announced an expansion of its publishing platform and will eventually allow any member to contribute.
LinkedIn drops Intro email service after privacy concerns scare users away.
Enterprise apps should be as collaborative and user friendly as consumer apps offered by social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, argues Duncan Campbell, vice president of worldwide marketing for converged infrastructure in HP's Enterprise Group.
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Security researchers are blasting professional networking platform LinkedIn's new Intro email scanning application for Apple's iOS, comparing the service to hacker attacks.
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A number of LinkedIn customers have filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that the professional networking site uses their identities and contact lists for marketing purposes by hacking into their email accounts and downloading contact addresses without their permission.