Microsoft has announced that is shutting down services for
#LinkedIn in China, saying that complying with Chinese government requirements has become too challenging.
To learn more, @RHoKilpatrick spoke to Swedish journalist @jojjeols, whose profile was blocked by LinkedIn China.pic.twitter.com/4zp1SpMcr7 #linkedin is shutting down its China site and will replace it with a standalone app called InJob that has no social networking features
#linkedin, the last foreign social network to exit China. It’s a pity as it’s probably one of the most valuable social network for the professional. Met a lot of business contacts & recruited superstars. Moving forward Linkedin will exist in the realm of VPN similar to the rest. pic.twitter.com/Iy8NsZ7jOM
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