Microsoft shuts down LinkedIn in China

The decision to close LinkedIn in China was made by Microsoft, noting that the consultation with the Chinese state has become a real challenge.

The news comes shortly after LinkedIn came up with questions about deleting the profiles of some journalists.

It now plans to release a site-only version of the site later this year, called InJobs. This will not, however, include a social feed or the ability to share or publish articles.

“We are facing a much more demanding operating environment and greater compliance requirements in China,” LinkedIn senior vice president Mohak Shroff wrote in the company’s blog.

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