I have never been a fan of social networks, but LinkedIn was a notable exception because it was specifically designed for business networking. I say “was” because some buffoon at Microsoft, the company that bought LinkedIn for US$26 billion two years ago, has just removed its most valuable feature!
A man in the Canadian city of Halifax is being forced to go through 20 years of email and decide what he wants to keep – because his service provider has decided that it wants to deactivate his account due to the email address he has.
Australians love the ebay-owned Gumtree site, which lets anyone buy or sell products online, but there’s been a hack with some personal info accessed.
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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