Mar 022015
 
 March 2, 2015  Breaches, Business, Court

Eilene Spear writes:

LinkedIn,  the popular social networking site designed to help individuals connect professionally, promote themselves and their skills, and keep a sort of digital resume to impress potential employers is in the process of settling two lawsuits that stem from data breaches.  One involving a data security breach, and another accusing the site of “hacking” users email addresses to send out invitations to join the network.

Read more on National Law Review. I’ve covered the two cases on this blog and on DataBreaches.net. For additional details on these cases, search the blogs for “LinkedIn.”

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