LinkedIn Privacy Issues

by  Mike Henry  |  Leadership Development

There has been a bit of a spat on the Internet the past few days.  It seems if you follow a company on LinkedIn, your name and photo may be used in social advertising related to that company.  LinkedIn decided that, at least for this new “feature,” that you wouldn’t mind.  However, if you do, here’s a link to a post to tell you how to disable the “feature.”  

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Kurt Scholle  |  16 Aug 2011  |  Reply

Hi Mike,
Thanks for the link. I understand that LinkedIn has now changed their policy and do not use your information by default. Still, I think it’s good policy to review setting on all social media sites.
— Kurt

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