See, Tsar Putin was goodie all the time
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky are among the latest US citizens to be added to the Russian sanctions list.
Regulators got us in the pooh
PutativeSoftware King of the World, Microsoft, has decided to shut down LinkedIn in the country as the regulators are getting on its tits.
Expected after the buy-out
LinkedIn said it’s finally migrating computing workloads from its own equipment to the Azure public cloud and giving Microsoft its critical data.
Pah to social media
Russia is preventing people from accessing Linkedin because it’s alleged the firm breaches its data storage law.
But will it be enough?
The European Commission was approached by Microsoft in an attempt to appease antitrsut regulators investigating its proposed takeover of Linkedin.
Not the Democratic Party hacker
Business social notworking site Linkedin has confirmed that the Russian hacker arrested in Prague on 5 October is suspected of involvement in the 2012 hack which compromised over 100 million users' information, including emails and passwords.