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‘Shi’ government imposes laws; LinkedIn still out in China | Microsoft To Shut LinkedIn In China Amid Scrutiny

by news dir

LinkedIn, Microsoft’s largest professional social networking site, is still closed in China. Their global site has been withdrawn from China. Instead, the American company plans to continue operating in the country as a regular site hosting only job listings.

In China, LinkedIn is the latest victim of the Xi Jinping government’s imposition of laws on Internet companies. It is also one of the last Western social media networks to exist in the Chinese market. LinkedIn, a networking site related to employment, has stopped operating, citing Chinese operating rules as a challenge.

The move comes after the company was previously questioned about the blocking of profiles of some journalists on LinkedIn. LinkedIn aims to foster professional and personal friendships and relationships and to help you find employment opportunities. LinkedIn was launched in China in 2014.

The removal of the Qur’an, Bible apps and Amazon’s audiobook app ‘Audible’ from the Apple Store in China has become a hot topic in the tech world.

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