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Oh, one more thing: last time I logged into LinkedIn to accept one of these things it insisted that I was accepting their new user agreement and privacy policy, which basically say:
  1. You can't use LinkedIn for anything (you agree not to use it for communications which are "unlawful, libelous, abusive, obscene, discriminatory, or otherwise objectionable", which pretty much covers the space.)
  2. We can terminate your account at any time for any reason.
  3. You indemnify LinkedIn for any kind of damage resulting to anyone form your use of LinkedIn.
  4. We currently protect your privacy but in the future we might decide not to.
  5. "Any sensitive information that you provide will be secured with all industry standard protocols and technology". I guess this one means that they'll use SSL, IPsec, SSH, and S/MIME all together.

I guess if I actually used LinkedIn, I might want to export my data every so often so I couldn't be held hostage whenver they decided to change their policies. The link you want for that is here.


Your last link has a doublequote-problem. The leasing " is missing.

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