Access to Your Data
We believe that it is important to be transparent with you about the personal data we gather about you. We wanted to make it easier for you to access and remove your data from LinkedIn if you wish.
- New Help Center Information. We have always given our members access to how we use the personal information they give us, and we have recently updated our Help Center articles so that you have more information about how our access request policies and processes work. There you will find a step-by-step guide to accessing your account data, as well as details of what you will see, including your login history, email address history and the photos you’ve uploaded.
- New Data Management Tool. We have also made available an automated, self-service tool for members to request a comprehensive set of your data into a downloadable file. You can request your data through a link in the settings portal and receive your data by email. You’ll receive an email within 72 hours when your data archive is ready to be downloaded and this process is protected with authentication requirements.
Privacy and Data Protection Review of LinkedIn
Understanding Your Visibility and Choices
Many of our members come to LinkedIn to be found for opportunities and to connect and share with other professionals. We wanted to be clearer about who can find you and see what you post, share, and follow on LinkedIn.
- De-Identification of Data. We also conducted a thorough review of our privacy settings to make them more user-friendly. You may have noticed that we have already removed a setting that gave our members choices about how their personal data was collected by us when they visited third-party sites that have a LinkedIn “Share” button. Instead of waiting for you to let us know you want your visits to sites with our “Share” buttons to be anonymous by changing your setting, we now promptly and automatically de-identify this data for all of our members. We also added a setting that allows our members to block unwanted contact through LinkedIn. We also provided a dashboard to allow you to see information about your recent login history with the ability to logout other sessions or devices signed in to your LinkedIn account.
- More Information on Closing Accounts. We have always provided members with the ability to close an account. We now provide more information to members who register for LinkedIn but are subsequently “inactive” for a long period of time about the steps they can take if they want to close their accounts.
We plan more improvements to our settings in the future…
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“Who’s getting hired and what are they doing?”
To get to an answer, we analyzed the skills and experience data in over 330 million LinkedIn member profiles. If your skills fit one of the categories below, there’s a good chance you either started a new job or garnered the interest of a recruiter in the past year.
In addition, we took at look at the top skills in several countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, India, the Netherlands, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Each country’s top 25 skills are included in a SlideShare below. A few skills trends stood out to us when we reviewed the results.
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It’s all about you
At the very top of the homepage, your new dashboard gives you instant feedback on how you’re doing. See how many people have viewed you and understand how your status updates are performing. Click on either one to get deeper insights into what’s resonating with the connections you care about. Learn who found you – from that CEO to a long-lost friend – and how they found you, plus how you rank across your connections, within your company, and other LinkedIn members like you. Make quick edits to your profile – which help us surface better opportunities, news, and connection ideas for you – with a single click.
Keep in touch
Nurturing professional relationships is important. Now it’s easier to stay connected with the people who matter to you – through your Keep in Touch box up on the right. Share a comment, say congrats, or simply like an update in just seconds. We bring you up to speed with the latest developments in your connections’ professional lives – and then suggest more people you may want to add to your network.
Get the knowledge you need
There’s another reason we’ve separated your network and dashboard: to highlight the great professional insights you can read on LinkedIn. Get smarter and more informed for the day that lies ahead in just a few minutes by checking out the posts and articles in your feed that have been shared by your connections and written by Influencers and people that you follow.
El Gangnam Style’ “rompió” el contador de vistas de YouTube.
We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer (=2,147,483,647 views), but that was before we met PSY. “Gangnam Style” has been viewed so many times we had to upgrade to a 64-bit integer (9,223,372,036,854,775,808)!
“Nunca pensamos que un video fuera visto en un número superior a 32 bit (lo que equivale a 2.147.483.647 visitas), pero eso era antes de conocer a Psy”.
Hover over the counter in PSY’s video to see a little math magic and stay tuned for bigger and bigger numbers on YouTube.
La principal razón que achacaría la compañía es que este servicio cuenta con demasiada competencia en el mercado como WhatsApp, Viber, Line o WeChat, entre otras.
Pre instalado en los dispositivos de la familia Galaxy jamás logro tener una masa de usuarios cautivos. La mayoría de los usuarios de Samsung se volcó a servicios de mensajería instantánea de terceros. Su cierre será paulatino en los diferentes territorios según la marca considere.
A finales del año 2011 llegaba esta plataforma de mensajería instantánea desarrollada por Samsung, que tenía el objetivo de plantar batalla a aplicaciones de este tipo que marcaban la pauta en el mercado como WhatsApp o BlackBerry Messenger pero que tras varios años en los que no ha conseguido popularizar su uso se ha visto abocada al cierre.
El jefe de Coca-Cola para EEUU, Sandy Douglas, ha explicado que que se trata “de un tipo de leche ‘premium'”, que no contendrá lactosa, tendrá un 50% más de proteínas y calcio, a la vez que un 30% menos de azúcar que la leche normal.
“Fairlife es un tipo de leche que sabe mucho mejor que la leche convencional… Las pruebas de mercado han sido impresionantes, hemos creando una ‘joint venture’ con varios productores lácteos que son líderes en innovación en la industria”, asegura Douglas.
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