Privacy Articles

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    At LinkedIn, our members always come first. We know you take your safety and privacy very seriously. We are starting to roll out three new tools to give you as much choice and control as possible over your account and data. Not sure if you remembered to log-out of your LinkedIn account on your friend’s computer? We have you covered. We’ve added a single place to see everywhere you’re signed in to LinkedIn and manage those sessions in your settings. Go to your settings and click…

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    Today, we published LinkedIn’s Transparency Report for the second half of 2013. Like many other online services, from time to time, legal authorities will ask LinkedIn for information about our members’ online activities. In many cases, governments may need this information to investigate crimes. At LinkedIn, we’re committed to earning and keeping your trust in everything we do, so we have a high bar when it comes to responding to government requests for member data. We only…

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    Update: Our new User Agreement and Privacy Policy are effective as of March 26, 2014. At LinkedIn, we’re committed to putting our members first. We believe it’s essential for you to always feel informed and empowered when it comes to your information on LinkedIn. With this in mind, we wanted to highlight some upcoming changes to our Terms of Service (which includes our User Agreement and Privacy Policy). Over the past two years, we welcomed SlideShare and Pulse to the LinkedIn…

  • Erika Rottenberg

    At LinkedIn, we’re committed to earning and keeping your trust in everything we do, so we have a high bar when it comes to responding to government requests…

  • At LinkedIn, our members always come first. We take your safety and privacy very seriously. All LinkedIn accounts are already protected by a series of…

  • Erika Rottenberg

    LinkedIn is among a number of Internet companies that have joined organizations such as the Center For Democracy and Technology and the Digital Due Process…