LinkedIn closed in China

LinkedIn closed in China

LinkedIn closed in China after nearly seven years of operation!

The popular social networking site LinkedIn, which is owned by Microsoft Corp., has announced that it will no longer serve users in China after nearly seven years of entering the market. The company said that the decision was influenced by the repression of business by the Chinese authorities and the strengthening of regulatory requirements. 

In its present form, the platform will work in China until the end of 2021, and after that, a stripped-down version of InJobs will be available to Chinese users, in which it will only be possible to look for work, but it will not be possible to send private messages and share information. 

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