LinkedIn has launched a suite of new products that include an online learning platform — LinkedIn Learning — that the professional network says will enable individuals and organisations to achieve their objectives and aspirations, and help overcome challenges caused by the “ever-shrinking shelf-life of skills”.
Bots have been used to steal data from the business networking site LinkedIn since December 2015, the company claims in a case filed in the US District Court, Northern District of California.
LinkedIn has doubled its members in the Asia Pacific region over the past two years to 100 million, including eight million in Australia now signed up to the world’s largest professional network.
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