LinkedIn shuts up shop in China

John Leonard
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LinkedIn shuts up shop in China
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LinkedIn shuts up shop in China

Company cites 'significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements' as reason for pulling out

LinkedIn, the last remaining US social media site permitted to operate in China is closing down, citing the "challenging operating environment" in the country. Microsoft-owned LinkedIn follows T...

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