LinkedIn hacked, many of your connections might not be real

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  1. You know, for some time I’ve been wondering why in second half 2013 onward I’ve suddenly been hit up by “uber-pros” inviting me at Linkdin et al; I mean, sure, I know and have done assorted tech and social science stuff over the decades, but I’m no you, Andy Khanse, or Bruce Schneier by any stretch…so I wondered why all of the sudden premier-level-sounding execs/groups were hitting ME up via Linkdin; thank you very much for this report which comforts me in my now knowing I made the right call to trash/spam block such “important invitations”!

  2. Yes, Dan. Review your existing connections and make sure to accept only legit people’s invitations in the future. Glad that this report helped you.

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