Lawsuit Accuses LinkedIn of Hacking Users and Spamming Their Contacts

2013年09月26日 58213次浏览
In a blog post Saturday, LinkedIn denied charges in a federal lawsuit that it hacked into users’ email accounts collecting addresses of their contacts in order to send them marketing messages.
“Quite simply, this is not true,” writes Blake Lawit, senior director, litigation at LinkedIn.
He was responding to a class action suit filed last week that alleges LinkedIn accessed user
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