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As a follow-up to my last blog on stolen photo’s placed on LinkedIn user profiles*, I would just like to add this from the LinkedIn perspective.

The official line

Well the official line gleaned from the LinkedIn User Agreement is as follows (there is more in the agreement than what I’ve reproduced here): –

Section 10
Don’t undertake the following:
  1. Create a user profile for anyone other than a natural person;
  2. Harass, abuse or harm another person, including sending unwelcomed communications to others using LinkedIn;
  3. Upload a profile image that is not your likeness or a head-shot photo;
  4. …, or create a false identity on LinkedIn;

A comment for those professional users

I think those of us who are serious users realise the uploading and false profiles and stolen photo’s would not be acceptable to the LinkedIn. The unfortunate problem is, if we spot an unacceptable image on a profile and report it to the powers that be, and, if they accept what we are saying, all they can do is request the image is removed. If the image is removed then the profile continues, if it’s not, the profile is removed.

FOR THOSE WHO CONTINUALLY DO THIS AND ARE TO DUMB TO REALISE WHAT IT SAYS (THE DONKEYS)

Páramo woolly baby donkey in Chimborazo, Ecuador

  • YOU CANNOT MAKE UP A FALSE PROFILE
  • YOU CANNOT STEAL PHOTO’S TO PUT ON THE PROFILE
  • YOU CANNOT POST THOSE STOLEN PHOTO’S TO THE  FALSE PROFILE
  • YOU CANNOT POST ANY MATERIAL THAT IS UNSOLICITED JUNK
  • YOU OBVIOUSLY DON’T CARE AND WON’T BE READING THIS

Sorry baby donkey I don’t mean to class you as one of them, please forgive me.

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