LinkedIn's email plug-in for Apple iOS, designed to suction LinkedIn profile information and insert it into emails received on phones, was destined for a short life and a load of criticism.
A coalition of the world's leading technology companies - AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo - is asking the world's governments to reassess intelligence gathering practices.
What's XKeyScore all about? How did Bradley Manning fare? What about the authentication hole in LinkedIn?
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Bryan Berg, the co-founder of microblogging site App.net, pronounced earlier today that LinkedIn had been hacked.
That turned out to be not quite correct, as Paul Ducklin explains.
That email you just received from LinkedIn might be promoting a Thanksgiving sale of Viagra instead..