LinkedIn released a new Active Status feature, allowing users to see when their contacts are active on LinkedIn, or available on mobile. With this update, when a user visits a contact's profile, they'll see a green dot next to the user's profile photo if the user is currently using LinkedIn. If the green dot has...
LinkedIn recently introduced a new 'Connection History' listing, which can help foster improved connection.
Other tech companies – including Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Spotify, Squarespace and Twitter – have joined Apple in taking action against hate groups in the wake of the Charlottesville tragedy. Apple responded by blocking Apple PayShow More Summary
Microsoft’s social media platform LinkedIn is getting video creation compatibility on its mobile app, and apparently the feature is being rolled out for “frequent contributors” over the next few months. The app has always allowed users...Show More Summary
LinkedIn today announced a new feature called Active Status on LinkedIn Messaging that will allow users see when their connections are online and available to chat with a green dot appearing next to their profile photo. If you are familiar with Facebook, you must be very well aware of this feature. Show More Summary
A senior executive in Citigroup's equities unit has left the bank. David Tenney, formerly the co-head of Investor Sales Services for the Americas, left Citi in July after four years at the firm, Tenney wrote in a post on LinkedIn. Here's Tenney: "I want to make you aware that I have left Citi as of last month. Show More Summary
LinkedIn has added a new tool which displays when you're active on the desktop or mobile app.
LinkedIn has created a new guide on what brands should publish on the platform.
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INTERNATIONAL - This comes, in a test of how much control a social media site can wield over information its users have deemed to be public. US District Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco granted a preliminary injunction request brought...Show More Summary
The Microsoft-owned company is starting to roll out a video creation tool in its mobile app, reports Mashable. Right now the video tools are only available to “frequent contributors,” but that will change soon, with everyone getting the tools. Show More Summary
Last night, I thought my work day was over as I was doing one last scan of the interwebs when I saw it. Usually, a one word tweet -- "Whoa" -- isn't enough to get my attention. It could be anything. But it came from Sam Ramji, now working...Show More Summary
LinkedIn wants to let users share as much as possible on the site. So in its latest effort the social media company is rolling out a video creation tool within its mobile app. SEE ALSO: Kate, William and Harry want to connect with you...Show More Summary
Microsoft is adding a new 'presence' feature to LinkedIn Messaging, which users can opt to turn off if they so desire.
Some good pushback against the CFAA (Computer Fraud and Abuse Act) has been handed down by a federal court. LinkedIn, which has frequently sued scrapers under both the CFAA and DMCA, just lost an important preliminary round to a company...Show More Summary
A federal judge in San Francisco has ordered LinkedIn to stop blocking a startup company from scraping LinkedIn personal profiles for data.
Judge says LinkedIn's reading of hacking law would have troubling consequences.
The networking site has lost a court fight over users' public profiles.
When you create a public profile on a social network such as LinkedIn, it isn't just your friends and contacts who can see that data. For better or for worse, other companies can legally download that information and use it for themselves, too. That's according to a federal judge who ruled Monday against LinkedIn, the professional networking […]
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge in San Francisco has ordered LinkedIn to stop blocking a startup company from scraping LinkedIn personal profiles for data. U.S. District Judge Edward Chen has sided with hiQ Labs, a San Francisco company that analyzes workforce data scraped from public profiles.