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LinkedIn breach puts site's reputation on the line
(Reuters) - LinkedIn Corp's (LNKD.N) silence on the extent of a security breach that exposed millions of user passwords has damaged its reputation among some business professionals, and may slow the growing company's rise if the breach turns out to be ...
LinkedIn ups online security after password security breach  Financial Post
LinkedIn pledges to upgrade site security  Financial Times
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LinkedIn password breach could threaten your other online accounts
What is allegedly an untranslated list of hashed passwords for LinkedIn accounts is still available online for public download on the Russian site Yandex, and possibly other sites.
LinkedIn data breach: Members' passwords stolen  San Francisco Chronicle
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LinkedIn sued for $5 million over data breach
(Reuters) - An Illinois woman has filed a $5 million lawsuit against LinkedIn Corp, saying the social network violated promises to consumers by not having better security in place when more than 6 million customer passwords were stolen.
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eHarmony suffers password breach on heels of LinkedIn
Before confirming the breach, LinkedIn issued security tips as a precautionary measure. The company said users should change passwords at least every few months and avoid using the same ones on multiple sites.
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LinkedIn's Stolen Passwords Spell Profit for Gemalto
Now, Piou is targeting anxious consumers. LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD:US), the biggest online professional network, said last week hackers had stolen 6.5 million user passwords.
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LinkedIn to stop displaying Twitter tweets
LinkedIn Corp., owner of the world's biggest professional-networking website, said it will no longer let users display posts from Twitter Inc. LinkedIn users had been able to show the posts, known as tweets, on their accounts since 2009, LinkedIn said ...
LinkedIn Says Twitter Posts No Longer Displayed on Site  Bloomberg
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LinkedIn Confirms Some User Passwords Were Compromised
LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD), owner of the world's biggest professional-networking website, confirmed reports that some user passwords were compromised in a security breach.
LinkedIn Confirms Security Breach, Users' Passwords Compromised  CBS Local
LinkedIn password breach: How to tell if you're affected  ZDNet (blog)
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Supreme Court Disappoints Facebook, LinkedIn, Zynga and Yahoo
This caught the attention of the tech company illuminati. Facebook, LinkedIn, Zynga, and Yahoo joined forces to file a brief [pdf] in the case urging the Supreme Court not to allow people to sue them for breaking federal laws when those people suffered ...
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LinkedIn May Face Irish Privacy Probe Over Leaked Passwords
LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD), owner of the world's biggest professional-networking website, may be investigated by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner's Office after some user passwords were compromised in a security breach.
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Your Money: Is LinkedIn Premium worth it?
CHICAGO (Reuters) - For job seekers and employers alike, LinkedIn provides a valuable service. While many features are free, the professional social networking website dangles an array of additional tools - for a price.
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